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      aaronmeyers: Dada Visualization I Quoth Quasimondo: One of the 8 works I created for the Data Art Show at the Pink Hobo Gallery in Minneapolis.All these pieces are a pun on the new craze for data visualization. The goals of data visualization as I understand them are to make complicated issues more understandable, to make obscured connections visible and to reveal hidden patterns in the data. After all these tasks have been solved ideally the result should be aesthetically pleasing as ...

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      Mario Klingemann | Dada Visualization | When I look at what is being done In the field of data visualization today, I suspect that design is more important than information in many cases; the data is an excuse to justify the focus on aesthetics. Since I do not have a problem with aesthetics for their own sake, I took the opposite direction, making up data to use in a generative algorithm that would give me the desired aesthetic results. All design elements result from my data.

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