Aaron Siegel workshop
Aug 27, 2012
Aaron Siegel, Head of Fabrica Interaction and Online Experience, will hold a three-day workshop at Fabrica from September 26th to 28th, 2012. Participation is free and open to a maximum of 10 external participants, selected by review of CV and portfolio that must be emailed by September 10th to both firstname.lastname@example.org
and email@example.com. Lunch and facilities included.
Making visible the invisible: data in art and design
Data is ubiquitous. Everything we do in life generates data.
Data comes in many forms. It’s not always quantifiable or easy to measure.
Data is important. Understanding the data generated by various activities informs our decisions about them.
We will be covering the historical use of data within art and design, the many forms that data comes in, as well as the many ways data can be represented.
Aaron Siegel Biography
Aaron Siegel is a transdisciplinarian with a concentration in computational information design. He received his MFA in Design|Media Art from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2008. His work utilizes data visualization to address complex systems and display relationships and correlations that would remain unseen from any other perspective.
He has worked for various institutions including UCLA, NASA JPL, Electroland, and the MIT SENSEable City Laboratory.