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Data Through Design Exhibition Opening—”Ground Truth IRL”

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March 4 – 13, 6:30 – 8:30 pm.
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An event every day that begins at 6:30 pm, repeating until March 13, 2022

Free

Description:

Data Through Design is pleased to announce the opening of Ground Truth IRL, a public exhibition of 12 data-driven, interdisciplinary art projects open March 5th through 13th. We invite you to  join us for the opening reception on Friday, March 4th at 9 Hall Street in Brooklyn starting at 6:30 pm. Please RSVP here.

Data Through Design is a yearly data art exhibition featuring works that creatively analyze, interpret and interrogate data made available in NYC’s Open Data Portal. The theme for this year is Ground Truth: the insight we receive from being ”on the ground,” collecting or confirming data through direct observation, as opposed to abstract estimates, samples, or reports derived from remote locations. As our large-scale social and environmental upheaval continues, we invite artists to step out into their world to examine the relationship between lived experience and the overlay of data and mediated information used to interpret such experience. These works investigate data’s relationship to physical place and personal experience.

Exhibiting artists and projects:  

Alec Barrett, Every Row is a Garden
Julia Bloom, Sukanya Aneja, and Michael Hsu, Compositions: NYC
Renée Crowley, Wasted Potential
Jennifer Dalton, Feel My City Breaking & Everybody Shaking
Jason Forrest and Jen Ray, New York Alive!
Jeff Fossett, Jesse Bryant, and Evan Finkle, Blue Lines + Future Coral
Sally Kong and Owen Trueblood, Parks x Needle
Gloria Lau and Daphne Lundi, 99 cents & Up & Up
Works on Water, Finding Your (Softer) Edge
Mansi Shah, Lucy Hatem, and Torstein Johansen, Counterpoints
Nancy Smith, Our Neighbors: Urban Animals of New York
Cindy Stockton Moore, Rachel Blake, John Stockton, Hoang Pham, and Rachel Wetzel, Shadow Tag

Data Through Design is part of NYC Open Data Week and is supported by the Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics, the Brooklyn Arts Council, and The Hall. You may see the complete listing of Open Data Week events, including the NYC School of Data community conference, at open-data.nyc.
 

Exhibition Address 
The Hall, 9 Hall Street, Building J, Brooklyn, NY (entrance faces Flushing Ave)

Gallery hours + Events:
Opening reception: (Free) Fri, March 4, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Gallery will be open to public: Sat, March 5 –  Sun, March 13, noon – 7 pm
Ground Truth performances + activities: Sat, March 12, 2 – 5 pm (subject to change)
Artist Panel Discussion, moderated by Jen Ray and Jason Forrest: Sat, March 12, 5 – 6:30 pm

*Please provide proof of vaccination to enter the gallery space and plan to wear a mask inside when not eating or drinking.

Eventbrite ticket registration (free): https://tinyurl.com/dataxdesign22
Website: datathroughdesign.com/

Location:

The Hall 9 Hall Street, Building J
Brooklyn, 11205

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