We all know that data visualization can be a powerful tool for understanding. But what about data sonification? Or data sculpture? Or data performance?
Jer Thorp will join us to to share how his diverse practice has brought him from the bustling newsroom of The New York Times to a submersible in the inky depths of the Gulf ofMexico; from the gleaming white galleries of MoMA to the mine-ridden highlands of Angola. In this talk, Jer will share a variety of projects, including recent workwith the Library of Congress, National Geographic & The Times Square Alliance. Jer will discuss hisevolving practice combining data with art & science, & will propose ways for science communicators to move beyond charts & graphs.
Agenda:- Pizza & socializing begins @ 6:45- Door prize & talk begin @ 7:00- Q&A starts around 8:00- A little extra socializing after the event