Craft & Data At FutureEverything 2011’s Data Dimension

Craft & Data At FutureEverything 2011’s Data Dimension
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As open data gathers pace we can look to artistic explorations for indications of the trends which may emerge.

Stephen Fortune
  • 9 may 2011

The realisation is dawning within Open Data circles that a holistic appreciation of data is needed. Attention to the processes of how ‘open data’ comes to be can be extremely beneficial to making a useful product or service from that data. Nathalie Miebach’s work is pioneering in that respect. We loved her musical weather data sculptures, but the process of her data art’s creation is important to consider too.

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