The art shows in Miami last weekend included several artists who turn data into art.
Norwood Viviano’s installation Cities: Departure and Deviation brings three-dimensional tangibility to the population history of 24 American cities. Here are the first dozen of his blown-glass pieces, Atlanta through Los Angeles:
Chicago, short and squat, is fifth from the left.
In Words and Years, Toril Johannessen brings a certain whimsy to data tracking word use in leading academic and popular publications. Here, for example, she documents the triumph of “Hope” over “Reality” in political science:
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Thanks Donald. I think Ted Fields’ Dada Data are far more witty and lovely.
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