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Jan rothuizen & start concepting (22/02/21 - 26/02/21)
Jan explains how letting people trace a picture of his face maken invisible data visible. De different choices people make while tracing gives a unique perspective.
The picture above is a great example of making qualitative data visible in an art like form.
I find the criticism Rothuizen has on te logo very insightful.
After watching the video i decided to look at the google maps as reference.
From this perspective i started drawing. The distances etc. are not realistic at all but i think that this gives the map an extra personal layer.
Before I start pasting random data i a document I want make clearer what data I am going to use. I will make this clear for myself by sketching my idea (stated in the project plan).
After sketching my first idea i discussed it with a my graduation group (total of four students and one mentor. While discussing it I came to more clear idea of what i want to make and what i need to gather in order to make that.
At this moment I am goin to start collecting data. In my project plan i placed some resources with some interesting information. I will paste useful data I've found in my google sheets document. In this document i will collect all the useful data I've found so far.
This week i determined what kind of data i want to gather and made a small start with that. In the coming week(s) I will continue to gather data so i can start exploring it. The lecture of Jan Rothuizen including the exercise were fun inspiration.