ReForm | Data Becomes Art in Immersive Visualizations




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In the second episode of ReForm, we look at how big data and art have converged into a new visual culture. Six major data artists (Mark Hansen, R Luke DuBois, Kate Crawford, Jer Thorp, Fernanda Viegas, and Martin Wattenberg) discuss what it means to make art in the 21st century and how quantification and digitization is completely changing the way we live and create.

In ReForm, a new franchise from The Creators Project, we meet the artists creating and re-appropriating the latest technologies in various areas of creative expression.

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  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    "a fucking fit bit." i like this guy already.

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    Wow this is amazing! Great treatment of the topic.

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    Is data visualization related to computational cartography?

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    .it's like white people joking, and pasting around, and intellectualizing disastrous experiences others had suffered through….which will excitingly reaffirm their purpose/identity in the existing society by asking the most uninteresting and stupid questions irrelevant to the currency

    Also, looks so draggy time consuming and so planned out perfectly without mystery at all….

    for god sake, Warhol created God in some of the most non-mysterious images

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    8:43 Question statistics, inside the axioms that we use for statistics? Ok.

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    EXCELLENT IDEA CREATIVES

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    Fuck Y'all kill me now I beg

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    it would be interesting to hear what these data artists are using and how they learned how to use these data sets.  Is this something anyone could learn to do?

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    fuck you, fuck your marketing, fuck your becoming.

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    This is truly outstanding.

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    "Data Artist" – I would imagine that would have to skew more towards the data specialist than the artist, say 95% computer scientist and 5% artist.

  • Creators
    January 4, 2021

    In the second episode of ReForm, we meet five major data artists (Mark Hansen,  R Luke DuBois, Jer Thorp, Fernanda Viegas, and Martin Wattenberg) to discuss how big data and art have converged into a new visual culture. http://creat.rs/1NkmPFS

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