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Media Art as a Social Process - the Prix Ars Electronica Jury Sessions

Media Art as a Social Process - the...

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:19:07 | 9387 views

Speaker: Dietmar Offenhuber, MIT. Moderator: Nick Seaver, MIT. Abstract: This paper investigates the social structures of annual jury sessions of a prestigious art competition –their composition, their temporal evolution and ultim...

Visualizing Musical Citation Networks

Visualizing Musical Citation Networks

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:20:45 | 8388 views

Speakers: Wayne Marshall, MIT and Pacey Foster, UMass Boston. Moderator: Nick Seaver, MIT. Abstract: Increasingly, scholars find themselves grappling with shifts in cultural practice and production engendered by the digital turn. A ...

Data Visualization in Digital Storytelling: The Map is Key

Data Visualization in Digital Story...

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:07:17 | 8177 views

Speaker: Siobhan O'Flynn, University of Toronto. Moderator: Madeleine Clare Elish, MIT. Abstract: As digital storytelling becomes more complicated in the design of fragmented, non-linear experiences, the inclusion of dynamic maps th...

Splendor, Destruction, and the Shift from Awe to Action in Environmental Documentary

Splendor, Destruction, and the Shif...

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:11:28 | 23434 views

Speaker: Jeanne Marie Kusina, Bowling Green State University. Moderator: Madeleine Clare Elish, MIT. Abstract: This presentation discusses the role of digital media in the field of environmental ethics. There is a long, rich traditi...

The Virtues and Limits of Data-Intensive Methods in Korean History

The Virtues and Limits of Data-Inte...

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:10:14 | 7455 views

Speaker: Javier Cha. Moderator: Madeleine Clare Elish, MIT. Abstract: The Cold War ended more than twenty years ago, and the average bandwidth of broadband internet in present-day South Korea is reportedly twenty years ahead of tha...

09.1: Possible Disappearance / Database Testimony

09.1: Possible Disappearance / Data...

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:10:34 | 9399 views

Speaker: Ben Miller, MIT. Moderator: Nick Seaver, MIT. Abstract: Visual modeling of databases, when applied to the problematic of witnessing traumatic events, offers a way to structure testimony's logical relations and text. Without...

Viewing and Navigating the Historical Context of News

Viewing and Navigating the Historic...

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:10:58 | 7550 views

Speaker: Earl Wagner, MIT. Moderator: Madeleine Clare Elish, MIT. Abstract: By distilling and applying the expectations and judgment that constitute an informed perspective, computer systems can provide those unfamiliar with a topic ...

White Flight: Complexity, Optics, and Visualization as Evasion

White Flight: Complexity, Optics, a...

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:27:04 | 5708 views

Speaker: Ted Byfield, Parsons the New School for Design, New School University. Moderator: Nick Seaver. Abstract: Information design and data visualization are often justified with appeals to heroic formulations like "massive flows...

The area told as a story. An inquiry into the relationship between verbal and map-based expressions of geographical information

The area told as a story. An inquir...

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:20:54 | 11723 views

Speaker: Oyvind Eide, Kings College. Moderator: Nick Seaver, MIT. Abstract: The paper will present my PhD work. The primary objective is to explore how people reflect and communicate about geography. Why do some groups of people, e....

Closing panel part 3 of 3

Closing panel part 3 of 3

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:20:39 | 8027 views

Speakers: Mike Danziger, Lev Manovich, Nick Montfort, Christopher York. Moderator: Kurt Fendt

Visual argumentation: How Visual Rhetorical Figures Shape the Perception of Information

Visual argumentation: How Visual Rh...

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:20:03 | 8188 views

Speaker: Ralph Lengler, University of Sydney. Moderator: Nick Seaver, MIT. Abstract: Some visualizations need not only adequately represent information; their presentation needs also to be effective, leading to a behavior change in ...

Social/Image: A Visual Art/ists Wiki in Theory and Practice

Social/Image: A Visual Art/ists Wik...

humanities + digital Visual Interpretations conference May 2010

Added over 4 years ago | 00:11:05 | 12452 views

Speakers: Amit Ray, Gregory Halpern and Derin Korman, Rochester Institute of Technology. Moderator: Madeleine Clare Elish, MIT. Abstract: While cultural theory has long critiqued the notion of an autonomous creator or object of art,...