Digital Metabolism goes to the Library!
As I’ve publicly shared before, my dissertation, Digital Metabolisms, includes a 3D printed research element. As part of an intervention investigating the codependent co(r)relation of the human and the digital, the Manifest Data project translates my personal Internet browsing history into a 3D printed representation of that data.
This Wednesday, January 21st, the project in its collaborative entirety will be presented at Duke University’s new Digital Studio. The Duke S-1 Speculative Sensation Lab will be presenting its Manifest Data project – a project that includes a 3D printed manifestation of personal Internet browsing data and an AR-enhanced data-based garden gnome – Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at 3:00pm in the Edge Workshop Room.
Registration requested: http://tinyurl.com/edge-s1
All are welcome!
“Manifest Data brings together programmers, 3-D printing specialists, sculptors, and theorists to reflect on the production of value in the digital age, the materiality of information, and the (non-)place of mediated relations.”
This presentation is to be held in conjunction with the Places Spaces: Mapping Science Event. Following the S-1 Presentation:
4:00: Places & Spaces Opening Keynote by Dr. Katy Börner
5:00: Joint reception to follow keynote speech
Location of all events: (The Edge, Bostock Library, Level 1, West Campus, Duke University, campus map)
Future Digital Studio events can be found on our Duke Digital Services Event Calendar: http://sites.duke.edu/digital/training-events/
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-Amanda Starling Gould
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