“//makeMeaning: Designing Objects With a Data Materialization Workflow” by Starrett and Reiser

  • ©Courtney Starrett and Susan Reiser

  • ©Courtney Starrett and Susan Reiser

  • ©Courtney Starrett and Susan Reiser

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    //makeMeaning: Designing Objects With a Data Materialization Workflow

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    This hands-on course will guide participants through an innovative creative workflow referred to as data materialization. The workflow begins by collecting meaningful data and culminates in the production of a designed data object. Participants will be introduced to computational design fundamentals and the foundational elements and principles of art and design. A suite of software tools will be used to realize this workflow including Processing, Inkscape, Rhino 3D and Autodesk Fusion 360.


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    The authors gratefully acknowledge the Museum of the City of New York; The Mercer Museum; and the National Science Foundation for supporting the Computing in the Arts workshops (DUE 1323610, DUE 1323605,DUE 1323593).


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