DataViz: Information as Art
DataViz: Information as Art explores a wide range of practices that data artists and designers are currently using in their works including interactive dynamic images, sculptures and installations. Far exceeding the realm of simple animated graphics, these works are elegant forms of visualization that help us to contemplate the aesthetics and meaning of the ever-increasing, omnipresent data we are bombarded by daily.
The exhibition includes works by Alice Aycock; Ingo Günther; Helen & Newton Harrison; Brian House; Nathalie Miebach; Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle courtesy of Christopher Grimes Gallery; MIT SENSEable City Lab; Paula Scher courtesy of Bryce Walkowitz Gallery; 43d: Junichi Oguro & Motohiro Sunouchi; Fernanda Viégas & Martin Wattenberg.
Major support of this exhibition and its related events are provided by the Beall Family Foundation. The 2012 Family Days are supported in part by the Nicholas Endowment, and Matthew P. Kelly & Cathy Kim.
43d: Junichi Oguro & Motohiro Sunouchi: http://labs.43d.jp/wsm2012/
Fernanda Viégas & Martin Wattenberg: http://hint.fm/wind/