Tag: digital humanities

2019 – Data Beyond Vision: Physicalizing Bookshop Data

[Data Beyond Vision] explores new ways of engaging with a dataset and the arguments and narratives behind it, in order to challenge the dominant paradigms of conventional screen-based data visualization. The project currently comprises: 3D printing a model of library member activity over time from the Shakespeare and Company Project juxtaposing documented activities from two sets of archival materials Folding paper forms of borrowing activity from the Shakespeare and Company Project surfacing […]

Added by: Rebecca Sutton Koeser & Pierre Dragicevic. Category: Passive physical visualization  Tags: 3d printing, digital humanities, kirigami, origami, weaving