My work throughout the past years has involved researching current trends as well as the long history of information visualisation. This research focus … More
Urban cartography has long been an authoritative matter: companies or authorities invested time, energy and money in researching the data … More
When I think about cartography, I am always fascinated by the different associations the term evokes in my brain: from … More
For the first time this year, the organisers behind “Visualising Knowledge” conference in Helsinki (most notably the busy and well-connected … More
Together with Berlin-based ART+COM studios, we had the great opportunity to create several media installations for an exhibition which I thought had a genial concept: MICROPIA. Conceived as a permanent show within the zoo in Amsterdam, it presents knowledge about animals whom we share our lives with but never see – microbes.
In the ever growing field of information visualisation, there are a few historical heroes and pioneers who are always referred … More
Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda Viégas have been working in data visualisation for many years now and are currently leading Google’s … More
So, as everyone talks about big data and everyone’s putting together large structured databases: How do you actually USE this … More