34 35th St., Unit 26, Brooklyn, NY, 11232
November 8, 2007
Eyebeam hosted a public critique for the Eco-Vis Challenge submissions as part of the Upgrade! series of public programming.
A distinguished panel of New York-based artists and designers discussed what role an art and technology center can play in raising public awareness on environmental issues, and how visualizing environmental data can address the crisis. The guest critics not only dicussed their criteria for a useful, engaging, and successful visualization project, but were available to give in-depth feedback to the Eco-Vis Challenge participants. Panelists included: Michael Mandiberg, Natalie Jeremijemko, Zach Lieberman, and Upgrade! member Mushon Zer-Aviv.
Additionally for more inspiration and information, the Sustainability Research Group at Eyebeam had taken over our reBlog and were posting eco-based topics furiously to it.
People: Zachary Lieberman, Natalie Jeremijenko, Mushon Zer-Aviv, Michael Mandiberg
Tags: Upgrade!, feedback, eco art, Data Visualization, activism