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Loving the Details

In 2012, I’m going to try and create my own data visualization. Of what? Not sure…feel free to throw out some suggestions. Need an idea of what data vis looks like? Please click on the image above to learn more about it. Inforgraphics curated by datavisualization.ch

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We Feel Fine by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar

We Feel Fine is  on exhibit at the Adobe Museum of Digital Media. First, I’m utterly smitten and enthralled with data visualization work. Harris and Kamvar created this project back in 2005 and wanted to show the world’s feelings, individually and collectively, to showcase the human condition in a way that was both engaging and begs the question of whether […]

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Art and Technology Creative Coding | Programming Digital Art Multi Media Observations Virtual Art Visual Arts

Sucker for Spam (even though I’m a Vegetarian)

Now, imagine the spam above used to create art. A few posts back, I shared a performance/video art based on spam messaging. This time around, I wanted to post about artist, Alex Dragulescu. He’s been featured on c|net and USA Today. His art has been around for some time but it’s so àpropos considering my […]

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A Thought about Misinformation

Something that always troubles me – and it has troubled me for as long as I can remember – is this idea of misinformation that causes people to do bad things. We can go back to World War II, we can look at the 1990s and the Balkan Wars. Emotionally, these drive me very much, this […]

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Art and Technology Conceptual Creative Coding | Programming Culture Criticism Digital Art Multi Media Observations Virtual Art

Aaron Koblin: Artfully Visualizing Our Humanity

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Visualizing Traffic in Rome, Paris, and Tel Aviv

Please view the Fast Company article here to learn more about these amazing visualizations created by artists, Cullen Miller (music), Nik Hanselmann (visuals), and Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA)! Being a GAFFTA volunteer, I get to work with these incredible minds!! 🙂