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Six Data Gnomes, two Data Portraits, nine painted QR codes, and several 3D printed objects were sent to Rutgers University Camden. They will be part of the upcoming Hyperrhiz exhibition. More infos soon.
Karl Marx Gnome leading the liberation of the world’s Data Gnomes Karin + Shane Denson Solid concrete The six “Data Gnomes” are simultaneously products and agents of data mining. Their faces were hand-sculpted in accordance with a data-capture process, utilizing … Continue reading
On Monday, April 20, 2015, the Network Ecologies exhibition opens at 2pm. Talks and events starting at 3pm. See here for details.
Today I finished Shane’s data portrait for the exhibition at The Edge, Duke University.
The history of the garden gnome goes back to 19th-century Germany, from where it spread rampantly around the world. These days one of the garden gnome’s fates is that his existence is issued into a mere symbol for 3D-printing. Makerbot … Continue reading
The S-1 Lab presented the collaborative project Manifest Data at the Duke library. The event was a great success. Here’s a Storify link put together by Amanda Starling Gould that documents the presentation. … Continue reading
Getting prepared for the exhibition tomorrow at The Edge. If you’re in the Triangle area, come by and see the presentation. The event is free and open to everybody.