Pasadena Museum of California Art in Los Angeles Organized by the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) and curated by Dan Goods and David Delgado, designers and educators at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Data + Art explores the hidden stories revealed in data through emerging forms of data expression. Featuring work by Jonathan Berger, David Bowen, Jim Bumgardner, Alex Dragalescu, Chris Jordan, Ned Kahn, Aaron Koblin, Seth Ruffins, The Long Now Foundation, and JPL, this exhibition challenges the viewer's assumptions by exploring the beauty inherent in data and asks them to see complexity in a new light. These interpretations of data will empower the average person to see the invisible, hear the inaudible and understand the impossibly complex. This exhibition is supported by the Pasadena Arts & Culture Commission and the City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Division, The James Irvine Foundation, The Ralph M.
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FLC Far West Region UCL Centre for Digital Humanities » Blog Archive » QRator in the Horizon Report: Museum Edition By Claire Ross, on 19 November 2011 The QRator project , a collaboration between UCLDH, CASA and UCL Museums , funded by the Beacon for Public Engagement , has been chosen for inclusion in the 2011 Museum edition of the Horizon report, produced by the New Media Consortium . The Horizon Report is an international report about leading museum technologies. On doing digital history – thoughts for new grad students « Electric Archaeology: Digital Media for Learning and Research I’ve been asked this morning to talk to our new cohort of MA students on ‘doing digital history’. I thought about how I might do this. Typically, I’d throw together a powerpoint and begin talking about various tools, trends in the field, try to get a sense of what people are interested in, tailoring my comments to those topics. Today though, I’m trying a different approach. I want students to understand that the choice of tool, and the way data gets represented or manipulated in a computer, are not inconsequential choices.