The field of data visualization is often perceived to be impersonal, functional, and rigorously digital. But Giorgia Lupi, an information designer and artist in MoMA’s collection, offers a different perspective. Her theory of “data humanism” aims to bring data science and visualization closer to everyone’s experience—and to art making.
This month, join Lupi and curator Paola Antonelli for a conversation about two of Lupi’s best-known projects: Dear Data, a transatlantic exchange with her colleague and friend Stefanie Posavec (2014), and My 2020 in Data (So Far), a commission from the New York Times. Afterwards, try your hand at information design with an exercise created by Lupi, and see what you discover about yourself in the process.
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