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Golan Levin (with Kamal Nigam and Jonathan Feinberg), The Dumpster, 2006, Interactive online information visualization, dimensions variable Collection of Whitney Artport, the Whitney Museum Portal to Net Art, Image courtesy bitforms gallery nyc
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Mark Napier, Pam Standing, 2009, Custom software Image courtesy bitforms gallery nyc
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R. Luke DuBois, Hindsight is Always 20/20, 2008, Image courtesy bitforms gallery nyc

Data Mining: Artists' Constructs

Curated by William Linehan and Terence Hannum

Opening reception, September 30th, 5-8 pm

Art + Design Lecture Series:
Lev Manovich, October 20th, 6:30 pm
Ferguson Auditorium, 1st Fl., 600 S. Michigan Ave. 

 

Data MiningArtists Constructs provides a small, sample window into a newly emerging and rapidly evolving process of data mining, the process of extracting hidden patterns from data. The way, shape, and manner in which artists and designers our appropriating this process creates radically new forms that communicate across disciplinary, social and cultural boundaries. The artists’ visualization/ realization can be any form from 2-D to 3D to aural and/or time based media constructs. Participating artists include Stephen Cartwright, Sean Dack, R. Luke DuBois, Lynn Hershman, Andreas Kratky and Juri Hwang, Golan Levin, Lev Manovich, Mark Napier, and Paul Slocum.

 

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