Data Visualization for Art's Birthday
Taking part in the Scrambled Bites data exchange project, the design incorporated visualization and data modeling. The resultant projection was a composite image of activity across a network and closer to home.
Matthew Lewis, ACCAD
Daniel Jolliffe, Art and Technology, OSU
Matthew Lewis and Daniel Jolliffe presented their contribution to the Art's Birthday celebration, an annual event to celebrate the presence of art in our lives first proposed in 1963 by French artist Robert Filliou. Taking part in the Scrambled Bites data exchange project, they worked with data fed over the Internet from specially designed sculptures, devices and sensors made by artists in Australia, Japan, Canada and Austria. From Ohio, other artists data will be sent representing activity in front of Hopkins Hall (at OSU), as well as the number and strength of GPS satellites in orbit over our location. This mass of data sources will be visualized in a video projection visible from the outside of Hopkins. Part visualization, part data modeling experiment, the resultant projection is a composite image of activity across the network and closer to home.
Coordinated by the Vancouver-based Western Front artist centre
Completed on January 17, 2004