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KATIE LEWIS, 201 DAYS: documentation of physical sensations. pinned. dated. grid correlated with body parts/areas.

201 Days is the documentation of physical sensations felt by the creator Katie Lewis. Using simple tools like pins, thread and a pencil she mapped her sentiments on a invisible grid. Each section of the grid on the wall is correlated with a different part

American artist, Katie Lewis makes stunning wall pieces using pins, drawing and thread that focus on repetition and counting. She devises elaborate methods of recording data about herself,  sensations felt by various body parts, carefully collected over time. She uses the body as a starting point aims to give visual form to physical sensations that are invisible to the eye and medical imaging, and only exist in the subjective realm.

Katie Lewis - Detail 3 Detail of 201 Days, Thread, pencil and pins, 70 x 36 x inches, Courtesy of the Artist

Aili Schmeltz - The Magic City String Art Installation (via All Sorts of Pretty)

Aili Schmeltz - The Magic City String Art Installation (via All Sorts of Pretty) - Installation stuff !

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Measuring the Universe! Starting as an empty white room, Roman Ondak’s Measuring the Universe at Tate St Ives has grown through the contribution of around participants to a constellation of black marks.

Sideview of Detail of 201 Days, 2006, Thread, pencil and pins, 70 x 36 x 1.8 inches, Courtesy of the Artist http://www.flickr.com/photos/sjica/4206724381/sizes/o/

Graffiti Katie Lewis - Sideview of Detail of 201 Days, Thread, pencil and pins, 70 x 36 x inches, Courtesy of the Artist graffiti .

Map based watercolor

I love the way this looks like a choropleth map. watercolor map sketches by Emily Garfield

Back in 2009, Italian designer Giuseppe Randazzo of Novastructura released a series of generative digital “sculptures” that depicted carefully organized pebbles and rocks on a flat plane. Titled Stone Fields, the works were inspired in part by similar land art pieces by English sculptor Richard Long.

Stone Fields is a project by Italian designer Giuseppe Randazzo whose website, novastructura, features a number of algorithmic works. Inspired by the work of Richard Long, Randazzo uses algorithms to.

Olga Ziemska...

"Stillness in Motion" sculpture by artist Olga Ziemska. The piece is made of willow branches that have been cut and stacked to create a human figure.

Data visualization to support the interpretation of Kant’s work.

Data visualization infographic & Chart to support the interpretation of Kant’s work.

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