Artistic creation using data that come from different domains such as the human body, environment, scientific measures etc. is not new to the contemporary artistic scene. The transformation of bodily data into other modalities through sonification or visualization in interactive music, dance performances, projections, procedural animation and live-coding is a common practice in the realm of digital and hybrid arts. From the perspective of Human-Computer Interaction, in this paper we pose the research question of if and how different forms of data that capture the embodied reactions to social issues can be re-usable for artistic creations for the global community through an online platform. Applying user-centred design methods, we report on the feasibility, implications and opportunities of such an approach.