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Visual Complexity book coming up

Dienstag, Februar 8th, 2011

We are proud to announce our feature in the upcoming book “Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information” by Manuel Lima of visualcomplexity.com! You can preorder it at amazon now. Find out more here!

Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information by Manuel Lima (temporary cover design)

NODE08 – The exhibition

Montag, April 14th, 2008

As mentioned, our original print was part of the exibition at NODE08 Forum for Digital Arts in Frankfurt from April 5 – 11 2008, together with artworks from Eno Henze, Martin Zeplichal, The Very Many, Benedikt Groß and installations like Wii Wii Wii Wii and Tagtool and others. The Diakoniekirche in Frankfurt was a perfect setting for our data visualization:

Node 08 - Exhibition (1)

The print was shown in the center of the church.

Node 08 - Exhibition (2)

Andreas (right) explains the diagrams to Woeishi Lean, a vvvv artist (left).

Node 08 - Exhibition (3)

Philipp (left) and Sebastian Oschatz from MESO (right) discussing the visualization.

We would like to thank the organisers of this great festival for their support and the invitation.

NODE08 – Arrival in Frankfurt

Samstag, April 5th, 2008

Yesterday we arrived in Frankfurt, with the 2,80 x 6,20 meter original print of Similar Diversity. The construction of the wooden frame was done by David Kraus and Satis&Fy, who provide great support for the whole festival.

Arrival 02

Transporting the print, arriving at the Diakoniekirche

Arrival 01

Arriving in Frankfurt (left: Wolfgang, right: Philipp)

Construction

Construction of the frame and mounting of the print in the Diakoniekirche in Frankfurt. Exhibition is opened each day from 5 p.m.

New Website

Mittwoch, März 26th, 2008

We reworked our website a little and switched to WordPress. That means an easier update process for us, and the possibility to subscribe to our RSS Feed for you. So you won’t miss the news anymore, and yes, there will be good ones.
Stay tuned for more exhibitions and, at last, posters!