Form and content have always interplayed in arts and communications. Not all information is something sent. Form itself can inform. Based on a book on ambient information, and interpreting well known works by prominent designers, this talk lays down basic principles for new genres in data formation.
Malcolm McCullough is the author of Ambient Commons, a book on information environmentalism, and previously Digital Ground (2004) which became a standard on place-based interaction design.
Presented by the Department of Art + Design & School of Architecture, College of Arts, Media and Design. For more information, visit Visualization portal.