Next week I'll be at IMPAKT Festival in Utrecht NL, on a panel about "Calm Technology" with Olia Lialina, @ccl , and Annet Dekker as moderator—curated by @l03s as part of the festival theme: Speculative Interfaces. I'll talk about mapping Youtube recommendations, and the possibility of perhaps, maybe, chilling out within algorithmic traps. 🕸️
🖥️🛰️🔬🔭 This time next week I'll be presenting at this conference on media-archaeology practices in art & design at the University of Toulouse 🐓🇫🇷 .
The results of my workshop on mapping algorithmic recommendations, held at ENSCI Paris, are published online at:
✏️📐 Fournitures de Rentrée 📑🎨
Preparing some Amazon web scraping examples for next week's workshop at ENSCI Paris.
"Financial Music" a review of the "Spotify Teardown" book by Robin James, starting with this great quote.
The Beeswarm plot turned out to be more or less what I needed. One axis constrained, one with collision.
This is a level of #dataviz failure I may be willing to live with.
I gave a keynote at the Mixit conference in Lyon last night:
'Hyperland, a scam in n-dimensions' my adaptation of 'Flatland, a romance of many dimensions' to talk about data and machine learning.
Full write up coming soon.
Many thanks @ingrid and @Bopuc@twitter.com
for letting me borrow their diagrams.
the original Flatland: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/201
Burrington's Theory of scamming: https://twitter.com/lifewinning/status/1118539791484637188
Anthony's diagram of the vectorialist class: https://borisanthony.net/diagrams/vectorialism/
Designer/Researcher - PhD candidate: algorithmic prediction and diagrams - 🇫🇷➡️🇳🇱🇬🇧🇮🇪🇪🇺
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