ARCADE Lecture at the Seattle Art Museum

In 2013 I gave a talk at the Seattle Art Museum called ‘Patterns and Identities: Data Visualization as Interface’. The lecture focused on new visual metaphors and interfaces for navigating and making sense of the ever-growing amount of data people create and consume. The talk was organized by ARCADE, a Seattle-based nonprofit that creates opportunities for sharing ideas about design, culture and the built environment.

The talk followed an article in ARCADE Volume 31, Issue 1 called ‘Metacities—Visualizing Urban Sentiment’, featuring Pastiche and Invisible Cities, two experimental projects that visualize data on the sentiments and associations people have with cities.