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Tuesday, August 18 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
[Panel 18] 30+ Years of Artistic Data Visualization: evolution, trends, opportunities

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Artistic digital data visualization, as a field, emerged in the 20th century and continues to evolve. The distinguished panelists provide more than 100 collective years of experience in digital data visualization informed by artistic and design principles. Veterans who helped shape the field will share their perspectives on historical evolution and future trends. As panelists provide complementary, and sometimes contradictory views, they will introduce recent projects, identify promising research topics, elucidate funding issues, and collaborative arts opportunities. While there are both openings and closings, data visualization is a vital research area where artists continue to pioneer and collaborate to influence new global cultural directions. These panelists will dynamically engage with each other and the ISEA audience.

Through a dynamic interactive panel format, veteran art- ists, humanists, and scientists will share with and engage ISEA 2015 attendees. Panelists have collectively more than 100 years of lessons learned, wisdom, and bold visions of the future for data-artifacts in the age of digital media.

From complementary perspectives on the emergence and evolution of artistic data visualization, Donna Cox, Sara Diamond, Lyn Bartram, Roger Malina, and Lev Manovich, will provide a glimpse into the past and future of the field, addressing the funding issues, emerging research topics, and collaborative opportunities on the horizon for artists. 


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Dr. Sara Diamond

President & Vice-Chancellor, OCAD University
Insight: Successful future cities will combine a profound commitment to design and values driven solutions. These must combine qualitative tools that engage and mobilize residents and the many other stakeholders in our urban world, and quantitative methods. Data is a critical resource... Read More →

Tuesday August 18, 2015 4:00pm - 5:30pm PDT
World Art, Room 2515 Simon Fraser University (Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4, Canada)

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