… and submit your abstract by 15 May! https://twitter.com/InfoPlusConf/status/971655119845642240
RT @InfoPlusConf@twitter.com: Our Call for Participation is out now: http://informationplusconference.com/
Many thanks to @email@example.com & @firstname.lastname@example.org for crafting our new website
RT @IEEEVISAP@twitter.com: VISAP'18 - the @email@example.com Arts Program runs from 23-26 October 2018 in Berlin. Theme for the Call for Entries this year is data and identities; submissions due on June 1st. http://visap.net
during workshop at @TU_Berlin@twitter.com on Mediatisation, Visualisation and Participation in Urban Planning @Andreas_Hepp@twitter.com speaks about Deep Mediatization as a thorough coupling between media innovation and social change that turns into a »media manifold« (joint research with @firstname.lastname@example.org)
“Beneath The Shorteners, The Web!” https://twitter.com/mtchl/status/970220310459957248
in the theory track at #dhd2018, @DrThomasErnst@twitter.com proposes the establishment of Critical Digital Cultural Studies as an institutional, societal, methodological and theoretical reflection about contemporary culture
I wrote a couple of essays on interaction design and data visualisation. The most recent one — "Strategies for Design-Science Collaboration" — might also be interesting for this community!
RT @email@example.com: Only a few days left to apply for the #datavis researcher position in our group!
– German: https://www.fh-potsdam.de/fileadmin/user_dateien/1_informieren/D_Profil/a_Stellenanzeigen/20180305.aka.MA.Doerk.02_2018._D_.pdf
– English: https://www.fh-potsdam.de/fileadmin/user_dateien/1_informieren/D_Profil/a_Stellenanzeigen/20180305.aka.MA.Doerk.02_2018._E_.pdf
visualizations of dada, coins, textbooks and a national library by @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @ElaGuhlmann@twitter.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @Lettebowskie@twitter.com @firstname.lastname@example.org
RT @email@example.com: unser vortrag zu kritisch-generativen methoden zur konzeption experimenteller visualisierungen um 11:00 in hörsaal b #dhd2018 mit @firstname.lastname@example.org
Sybille Krämer finishes her keynote with a plea for a social epistemology that relies on collective and collaborative work and overcomes the methodological individualism of the past. a nice way to start off a conference!
in her #dhd2018 keynote Sybille Krämer is making the case that the digital can be viewed as a thorn of the humanities - and cites Johanna Drucker:
"the tasks of creating metadata, doing markup, and making classification schemes or information architectures forced humanists to make explicit many assumptions often left implicit in our work"
Mario Klingemann @email@example.com describes his self-taught art practice based on neural networks, especially generative adversarial networks. Looking forward to part 2 and 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjgZAAQzhGo
just caught last day of Evidentiary Realism “a platform featuring artists engaged in Investigative, Forensic, and Documentary art practices” at @NomeProject@twitter.com -
the website contains all the descriptions of the artworks and essays http://www.evidentiaryrealism.net
gorgeous installation by United Visual Artists consisting of a set of window blinds that reflect the gently moving light and shade in front of a tree https://vimeo.com/256931661
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: I just published a new essay: ”Strategies for Design-Science Collaborations“!
(Bringing Design to Science – Part 2)
great discussion on the interaction and visualization challenges of machine learning https://twitter.com/datastories/status/966200624131067907
congratulations @MonaChalabi@twitter.com and @GdnMobileLab@twitter.com on this experimental mobile podcast interface and an insightful + moving first episode of Strange Bird! https://www.gdnmobilelab.com/strangebird/ https://twitter.com/MonaChalabi/status/964180811078602753
Information visualization at FH Potsdam Institute for Urban Futures and UCLab
A social space for anyone in data, visualization, creative coding, and related arts and research. Share your work, discuss, critique, and ask for help! Come one, come all:
→ creative coders
→ data scientists and visualizers
→ generative artists
→ visual researchers, curators, and critics
→ anyone else data- or visualization-adjacent
If you are curious about the world and creativity, you are welcome here. Learn more.