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Data to feel! workshop@School of Data by REPLYtoALL

3rd December 2013, Vienna

Melinda Sipos

on 3 December 2013

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Transcript of Data to feel! workshop@School of Data by REPLYtoALL

music visualization with colors and lights
genres visualization of the passers-by
nodes as data points
abstract visualization of music
a data visualization of the Festival people's taste
Chromosonia is an installation for the facade of the Ars Electronica Center. We provide the means for anyone with a portable music player to visualize the music they are currently listening to on the Ars Electronica facade featuring three levels of mapping: perceptual, informational and social.

Made in CEE 2013 ->
research on design production resources and networks and Central-East Europe

Data is Beautiful - Hackathon
Our data related projects:
Datafizz, 2010
Beyond Data, 2011-12
Open Data Cooking, 2012 sept
Eszter Bircsak

Melinda Sipos
2# group: Municipal Expenses in Education in Austria
RtA@School of Data workshop
1# group: Teachers
Kitchen Budapest 2007-2012
art&tech project and community
different disciplines meet and mix (art, design, science, architecture, urbanism etc)

MER 2011->
new design&lifestyle brand from Central-East Europe
creation and production in the region, selling internationally
just launched
main aim: how data can be inherent part of our everyday object, design exhibition context
process: event (participation at London Design Week) had been determined before the work was figured out, brainstorming, conceptualizing, testing, building prototypes
results: standalone installation
advantages/disadvantages: remained experimental, not product which is problematic in such context (TENT London exhibition)

Kitchen Budapest+BaltanLab, Eindhoven, NL

main aim
data as a material to design with
collaboration between the two labs;
temporary lab format/methodology we selected to explore the above collaboration;
‘Beyond data’ / data embodiment / beyond visualisation: the theme we chose to explore in the temporary labs.

1 workshop with getting to know each other, guest lecturers, brainstorming, ideation process, prototypes
1 workshop=open lab=>exhibition@Dutch Design Week 2011
site-specific installations
workshop commission at LiftConference 2012
hypothetical, uncertain goal, geographical distance between the two cities
open lab is problematic in a design exhibition context
process based work need time
risky process but big reward at the end

main aim
food and cooking as form of expression of data and content
searching and analyzing (simple) data
matching-inventing recipes
very close and sensual experience
complex data need time
REPLYtoALL 2013 ->
against the corruption
youth + corruption
online sites as platform
data set + 24 hours
mainly interested in data to feel,
touch, immerse in, experience
goal is to show a methodology
certains ways of approaching data
hands on experience



who we are?

9.00-9.45 Presentation of our works (projects and their methodology)

9.45-10.00 Break

10.00-10.30 About the topic and data set, initial discussion, examples

10.30-11.30 Common brainstorming

11.30-12.15 Clusters of ideas of brainstorming notes and creating groups

12.15 -13.00 Lunch

13.00-15.30 Hands on work in teams with supervising

15.30-15.45 Break

15.45 - 16.30 Showcase of solutions :)
F.A.T. Lab:
F.A.T. Lab and Sy-Lab present the Free Universal Construction Kit: a matrix of nearly 80 adapter bricks that enable complete interoperability between ten* popular children’s construction toys
Mark Shepard:
The Sentient City Survival Kit probes the social, cultural and political implications of ubiquitous computing for urban environments. The project consists of a collection of artifacts for survival in the near-future sentient city.
research on grass-root structures, nonformal
educational modells in cultural and art production
grass-root activities in Budapest (RD, Sofa) etc..
main aim is to collect objects in a box which can describe/visualize the topic in a special way:
- it can be a symbol of the topic for ex. a pen, rubber
- or colors
- or objects which are not related to the topic but which are measurable, spectacular or easy to understand for the audience

lectures and workshop series
hackathon with Transparency International and Random Hack of Kindness
1. related to the topic in a way what helps you to get the skill
2. related to the lifestyle
3. Mark Shepard
4. F.A.T.
Kits are for who and for what reason?
Some examples for kits
“to use data effectively in their efforts to create more equitable and effective societies”
The map of school of data participants of the workshop
if you wanna get in touch:
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