Visualization of Abstract Data in Fluid Form in New Media Art


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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7775670

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Abstract art, digital art, media visualization

Abstract

With the data obtained through the tools used in today's technology, art has gained a new dimension with new expression and expression forms and the artist has gone to create new images that will meet the needs of the audience. Technological tools and equipment such as cameras, news services, music and video recording real-time information in our environment create databases that contain intense information. With computer technology, the abstract data of the information, which is in a constantly fluid state, is visualized by the artist by going through some processes. In 1995, with Natalie Jeremijenko's project named “Live Wire”, the database was visualized for the first time with the vibrations in the wire by computer mapping method. Virtual spaces and fluid architectures are featured in the Los Inmateriales exhibition curated by Jean-François Lyotard. A few years after the Los Inmateriales exhibition, Marcos Novak conceptualized fluid architecture as a generative model of cyberspace and a perfect material entity. In 2021, Refik Anadol fluidly visualized the abstract data he obtained from telescopes and satellites in his “Memories of Machinery: Space” series.

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Published

2023-03-27

How to Cite

ÖZKANLI, Ümit. (2023). Visualization of Abstract Data in Fluid Form in New Media Art. MAS Journal of Applied Sciences, 8(1), 183–191. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7775670

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