A. DAMIEN HIRST

@ gagosian gallery

1. Colour Space Paintings at gagosian

2. Damien Hirst’s website

B. BLOCKCHAIN: THE IMPACT ON ARTIST AND ART MARKETPLACES

@ New Art Academy

1. Crypto Punk

2. Crypto Kitties

3. Rare Pepe

4. Kevina Bosch

5. Pixure

6. Fesco

C. DATA VISUALIZATION IN TRANSITIONAL BIOINFORMATIC

@ New School

1. canvasexpress

2. Meetup Page

3. Isaac M. Neuhaus

4. Presentation

D. ISOMETIRC PROJECTIONS: MESSAGES 2011–2017

@ Isometric

1. Luke Cheng

E. BOOKSTORE

@ POWERHOUSEArena

1. Everyday work a word surprises me

F. BOOKSTORE

@ strandbookstore

1. David Hicks on Bathrooms

2. The International Henry Miller Letter

3. Oh Shit What Now?

4. How to be a graphic designer without loosing soul?


CHI 2021, May 8–13 online

2021 CHI (May 8 to 13) needed to be online this year due to COVID 19. Fortunately, although I registered very late in early May, I could still participate in the conference because it was online. Despite some challenges, thanks to the support of my design team, AI Platform Design & Research at Microsoft, I could successfully register for the conference and learned a lot over the last week. I was lucky!

This was my first time participating in CHI even though I had previously attended Infovis conferences, such as the 2019 IEEE InfoVis conference in Vancouver. …


[All opinions are my own. This research was sponsored by the Microsoft AI Platform UX Design team.]

A few days ago, I took part in the IEEEVIS from Oct 20 to Oct 25 in Vancouver. Numerous studies in the context of visualization in a multitude of domains were introduced in the conference via Keynotes, Workshops, Tutorials, Paper presentations, Exhibitions, and Panel talks.

Among one of the hottest topics was undeniably “AI/ML + Visualization”. What appealed to me was that I was able to promptly run through a wide range of ongoing discourses in the AI/ML domain in a few days…


https://steemit.com/design/@bohyemian/bohyemianote-no-1

A. THE SENSES: DESIGN BEYOND VISION

@ cooper hewitt

4 projects were impressive

1. Dyagonal Records by Guy Featherstone

2. Tactile Orchestra by Roos Meerman

3. Visceral Typography by Monique Goossens

4. SmellMap: Amsterdam by Kate Mclean

B. “THE MODERNS”

: STEVEN HELLER AND GREG D’ONOFRIO

@ SVA design research

1. The Moderns official website

2. Article

C. “DESIGNER AS CRITIC”

:NATASHA JEN AND KHOI VINH

@ SVA design research

1. Leave Any Information At The Signal by Ed Ruscha

2. The Expanding Airport

3. The Cathedral and the Bazaar by Eric S. Raymond

D. MAKE PICTURE

:CASEY REAS…


Interactivity of “The Johnny Cash Project”

http://www.thejohnnycashproject.com/

Concomitant with the expeditious development of Internet technology is the diversity of art forms that include web-based art. With this trend, the advent of new art paradigms, ranging from hypertext-based web art, online art game to data visualization has been continued by many creators. Particularly, data nowadays has become a creative epicenter of art and design with bourgeoning data related industries and their cultural affect. I am also personally interested in data-driven projects to the extent that I have created data visualization projects as individual works. In this essay, I will delve more…


him : http://www.eastgate.com/ReadingRoom.html#

Introduction

With the advancement of computer technology, the way of reading a book has increasingly changed in many ways. Particularly, a hypertext fiction is a noticeable form of reading since it has non-linearity, dynamic, interaction, media diversity, and expendability different with a traditional book; thus, this has become a bone of contention for many people today. In this essay, I will explore a hypertext literature, named “him”, considering its interactive structure, interface, story, and influence on readers’ reading experience.

Interface & Interaction

The interface design and interaction architecture of this hypertext fiction need to be firstly referred…


“Finding a way to convey both informativity and aesthetic value”

ABSTRACT

Data has become a hot issue today with the expeditious development of informative technology. This trend has impacted the inspiration and motivation of artists and designers to the extent that many creators have created a bunch of data-driven projects, ranging from informative data visualization to visual art. With this phenomenon, the most observable fact is that conveying both informativity and aesthetic value is not easy when creators deal with data visualization. Take informative data visualization for instance; aesthetic value is often ignored in this form of creation because visual…

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Hyemi Song, Sr. Designer (Data Vis)@Microsoft, Bohyemian Lab / Former Data Vis. Specialist@MIT Senseable City Lab, UX designer@Naver, MFA@RISD hyemisong.com

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