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Natura Morta | Museu BerardoGiorgio Morandi Natura Morta Data 1943 Técnica Óleo sobre tela Dimensões 30 x 45 cm - See more at: http://pt.museuberardo.pt/colecao/obras/858#sthash.lFd3FgjJ.dpuf

Natura Morta | Museu BerardoGiorgio Morandi Natura Morta Data 1943 Técnica Óleo sobre tela Dimensões 30 x 45 cm - See more at: http://pt.museuberardo.pt/colecao/obras/858#sthash.lFd3FgjJ.dpuf

WHAT MADE ME - Dorota Grabkowska  Interactive installation exploring a concept of a large-scale visualization of information. - data art

More great inspiration for using interactive activities to create a visual piece of data/art. WHAT MADE ME Interactive Public Installation by Dorota Grabkowska, was created to provide an interactive experience for visiting members of the public.

Browser plugin maps your browser history as a Favicon Tapestry #dataviz #infographics

Iconic history is a Chrome extension that visualizes your browser history as a favicon stack. It creates a favicon for each url visited, and compiles all icons into a huge sequence based on access time.

Music made visible, by Matt Booth. He uses song data to create visual representations of the music. I love the ideas of reinterpreting sounds as visual art, and of using data to determine color and composition.

Project diary: music made visible - Matt H. Booth uses code to visualize music from Elton John's Bennie & The Jets resulting in some beautiful illustrations.

An Immersive Forest of 60,000 Rainbow Numbers by Emmanuelle Moureaux

An Immersive Forest of 60,000 Rainbow Numbers by Emmanuelle Moureaux

An Immersive Forest of Rainbow Numbers by Emmanuelle Moureaux - Very interesting display. Visually powerful and arresting.

tangible viz - Maya Lin - Systematic Landscapes (existing landscape data transformed; assuming its based on topo data)

[Landscape Art] tangible viz - Maya Lin - Systematic Landscapes (existing landscape data transformed; assuming its based on topo data)

a physical representation of news articles from the New York Times dating from 1992 until 2010. Each laser-cut piece of cardboard card represents one month of articles about, or related to, the topic of 'Ireland'.

a physical representation of news articles from the New York Times dating from 1992 until 2010 by Paul May. Each laser-cut piece of cardboard card represents one month of articles about, or related to, the topic of 'Ireland'.

Ryoji Ikeda, data.tron. How many points are there in a line? What is the number of numbers? How can we verify that the random is random?  data.tron is part of the datamatics project, which is a series of experiments that explore such questions, physically and mathematically. Visitors will experience the vast universe of data in the infinite between 0 and 1.

a physical experience of data + interaction design + graphic black and white/// Ryoji Ikeda, the transfinite

Conceptual artist Katie Lewis devises elaborate methods of recording data about herself, be it sensations felt by various body parts or other other aspects of life’s minutiae plotted over time using little more than pins, thread and pencil marked dates.

Katie Lewis

Katie Lewis, "Accumulated Numbness months and counting)" _ Stunning wall pieces using pins, drawing and thread that focus on repetition _

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