Practice: information display (updated)

Posted on March 4th, 2012 by Chris Twigg

This week I’ve been getting ready for an exhibition of PhD student work at the LCC – in preparation I decided to do some static test prints of the interactive visualisations you can see in the earlier post.

The prints are now on show in the window of Thomas Parker House here in Lincoln (a fitting location given the nature of the topic this data relates to). I haven’t got the pictures of the LCC exhibition yet, but here’s the artwork in Lincoln to show…


UPDATED (04.03.2012):

Some images from the LCC PhD Research In Progress private view:

There was a great variety of research and practice work at the show. As always it was hot and hard to photograph everything, so I will be looking out on the LCC blog for a show and review of the whole event.

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