Mind Meets Machine: Immersive Data Interaction: Designs for a Cooler Planet exhibition

Pia Fricker (Curator), Kane Borg (Curator), Tina Cerpnjak (Curator)

Research output: Artistic and non-textual formExhibitionArt in coproductionpeer-review

Abstract

The exhibited projects showcase novel computational design methods to creatively interact with global and local data. Whereas the on-going general discussions in relation to data-handling stresses efficiency, productivity and often de-humanization, the exhibited projects set their focus on the exploration of immersive data-interaction design tools to enhance climate-smart solutions in the urban context. The projects aim for showcasing possibilities to make abstract data visible and tangible, to enter a new level of data-informed responsive design, that has public benefit.

Project team: Prof. Dr. Pia Fricker, Kane Borg, and Tina CerpnjakExhibition support: Loviisa LuomaStudents: Marek Kratochvíl, Kaie Kuldkepp, Hanna-Kaisa Koskinen, Ahti Launis, Riikka Lauri, Emilia Lemmetti, Huixu Li, Loviisa Luoma, Eetu Mykkänen, Teo Rinne, Miisa-Maari Ulmanen, Eetu Mykkänen, Yanxia Qiu, Antti Rantamäki, Shenyu Sun, Laura Tuorila, Huijia ZhuangIn cooperation with: Dr. Philip Belesky (RMIT Australia), Mariusz Hermansdorfer (University of Copenhagen /Ramboll DK) and Dr. Ilmar Hurkxkens (ETH Zurich)Special thanks to: Manueal Fonseca, Ilpo Kari and Pekka Salonen, workshop masters of ARTS as well as to ARTS IT team
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEspoo
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2021
MoE publication typeF2 Public partial realisation of a work of art
EventHelsinki Design Week: Designs for a Cooler Planet - Espoo, Finland
Duration: 8 Sep 202129 Sep 2021
https://www.aalto.fi/en/events/helsinki-design-week-2021-has-landed-in-otaniemi-showcasing-three-paths-to-resource-wisdom

Field of art

  • Architecture
  • Design

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