work • detroit: Visualizing Data, Detroit, MI USA

VISUALIZING DATA | The Art of Information
Curated by Jeanne Hunter-Moore

March 14 – April 25, 2014
Opening reception, Friday, March 14, 6-9P

How does one visualize the inner workings of the body, the percentage of people in poverty or perhaps, the weather patterns during a particular season? Information graphics allow us to visualize material that is less discernible with the written word. Pictorial interpretation of data however, is not confined to the graphic arts: fine artists also utilize their medium to make sense of facts and figures. VISUALIZING DATA exhibits artistic interpretation of signs, symbols and statistical data.

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Artists:
Jezabel Brasch
Steve Boni
Colette Broeders
Brian Caponi
Rachel Clarke
A.J. Cooke
Chad Erpelding
Diane Hellner
Terry Hall
Taehee Kim
Jeremy Lundquist
Matt O’Brien
Veronica Paiz
Marat Paransky
Teresa Petersen
Klaus Pinter
Mary Rousseaux
Daniel Stewart
Nick Van Zanten
Bruce Worden
Keri Weber
Tanner Woodford
Tim Porter

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