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The first two pictures from the opening of the Hyperrhiz exhibit at the Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University-Camden. Opening Reception October 15, 4-6pm. Six Data gnomes, data portraits, and other physical and augmented elements of Manifest Data, a project of … Continue reading
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.
Above, a video explaining the collaborative art/theory work that my husband Shane Denson and I have been doing lately — both as a part of the Duke S-1 Speculative Sensation Lab‘s Manifest Data project and in a spin-off project that will be going on display … Continue reading
Working on a piece for the exhibition at The Edge with Shane Denson (April 20.) …and looking forward to our panel at “How Do You Do Digital Humanities?’ Conference at NC State State this Saturday: Digital Metabolisms: Manifesting Data as a Collaborative … Continue reading
Collage of some weird data generated pieces for our manifest data presentation.
A map of my data, collected February 21 – March 1, 2015. Follow the instructions here and make your own.
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