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Friday lunchtime lecture: Data as a creative material


February 2, 2018
February 2, 2018 (All day)
Open Data Institute, 65 Clifton Street, London EC2A 4JE   View map

Your data, with its stories and characteristics, contains the features, textures, peaks and troughs of your endeavours and is bound uniquely to you. Using this data as the seed in our creative process, we try to produce art, design and visualisation, that has the uniqueness and serendipity of your data embedded within it.

In this talk we’ll look at how data, in one form or another, connects many of Kultur Design’s projects, and how we’ve visualised data in very different ways.


This talk might interest data viz developers looking for some inspiration, or motion / graphic designers wanting to learn about using data & generative processes in creative projects.


About the speaker

Mike Brondbjerg is a partner at Kultur Design, a creative studio specialising in using data, both creatively and analytically, in information and generative design projects, data visualisation and data art.


Kultur Design produce print, motion and web projects for clients like Kano Computers, Datameer, Heineken, Reasons To, Abbott Laboratories & King’s College.


Mike has spoken about his creative data projects previously at various conferences & meetups, including: ReasonsTo Conference, Visualising Data London, Data + Visual, University of Greenwich, University of Lincoln and The Financial Times.


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