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PARSE: Visualizing Data That Makes Us Human

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PARSE: Visualizing Data That Makes Us Human

Time: March 27, 2009 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Axiom Center for New and Experimental Media,
Street: 141 Green St in the Green St. Orange Line MBTA Station
City/Town: Jamaica Plain
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Phone: 617-676-5904
Event Type: opening, reception, for, exhibition
Organized By: AXIOM
Latest Activity: Mar 26, 2009

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Curated by AXIOM Founding Director, Heidi Kayser, PARSE: Visualizing Data That Makes Us Human, which runs until May 10, 2009, includes the work of six artists who use data to create works that present new perspectives on the underlying information that makes us human; physically, mentally and socially. Often times overlooked and unbeknownst, patterns of data surround us daily. The artists in PARSE sort, separate and amalgamate this information, creating intricate visualizations in print, interactive, animated and sculptural media, of our brainwaves during REM sleep, our genetic code, our social ICONS, and even our carnal desires. Their representations capture anew both some of what's unique in each person, as well as what we all share.

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