Foosaner Art Museum Announcements
The Art of Networks
March 9 - April 8, 2012
The Art of Networks brings together twelve visualizations representing networks in topics as diverse as migration flows, speech cognition, citations, the spreading of social messages, and housing issues in the U.S. The authors are representative of top visualization groups around the world who are producing some of the most innovative work in this area. The selected visualizations can literally open new ways of seeing and understanding relationships in the surrounding world.
ï»¿The Art of Networks was organized by Isabel Meirelles, information designer and Associate Professor at Northeastern University, in collaboration with Carla Funk, Director of University Museums, and Jackie Borsanyi, Curator of Exhibitions, at the Foosaner Art Museum, Florida Institute of Technology. The exhibition was envisioned together with Ronaldo Menezes, Associate Professor at Florida Institute of Technology, for occasion of the 3rd Workshop on Complex Networks, CompleNet 2012, hosted by the department of Computer Sciences, Florida Institute of Technology , Melbourne, Florida (http://2012.complenet.org/).
ï»¿Image credit: Justin Matejka, Tovi Grossman & George Fitzmaurice, Autodesk Research, detail from Citeology, 2011, digital print, courtesy of the artists.