Tag: database

Energy Transition in the wild: an Excursion to Seestadt

Anna Pillinger, Stefan Lasser, Harrie Mort, Tzu-Min Chang (photo), Anne Beaulieu and participants of the course “Energy and Big Data: Transition and the informational turn in Energy.”  University of Vienna, Summer Term, 2018. On a crisp Friday morning the students of the seminar class… Continue Reading “Energy Transition in the wild: an Excursion to Seestadt”

Big data as knowledge production

In this keynote presentation at the upcoming Swiss STS meeting in Lausanne , I will consider big data as a form of knowledge production that has developed in relation the changes we have observed in the past decades in terms growth, accountability, network effects… Continue Reading “Big data as knowledge production”

Navigating the brain

This Saturday, Sarah de Rijcke and I met up with artist and researchers Jordi Puig. We visited an exhibition data.scan [no 1-9] by Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda at Gallery MU. A fabulous, immersive exhibition about data, in which multiple visualisations accompanied by sounds are… Continue Reading “Navigating the brain”

What difference does a website make?

A website that presents the collection through gorgeous visuals is now considered a must for any self-respecting museum.  Photographs of objects, of exhibitions and of the museum itself are increasingly common interfaces, linking museums, visitors, experts, collections. How are users engaged by these interfaces?… Continue Reading “What difference does a website make?”