Posts Tagged ‘visualization’

Facebook Death Star

Friday, November 13th, 2009

Here are two images I created with NodeBox (Python) and PHP (data via facebook API).

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All friends, one common link.

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All the mutual connections I could gather before the script timed-out. Need to make the gathering more efficient.

New sitemaps with NodeBox

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Here are some new sitemaps, built using the Python Scrapy library and NodeBox.

Brief Notes on Days One and Two at TRANSITIO_MX, by Eduardo Navas

Saturday, October 3rd, 2009

OwenJoelle

“Anemophilous Formula for Computer Art, 2007, by Joelle Dietrick and Owen Mundy. One of my five selections. It consists of a wall projection of Tallahassee’s airport lounge, which hosts a wall size photographic reproduction of Mcklay Gardens. The city is often bombarded with pollen during the month of March. The airport lounge offers a reference of nature in an artificial space. Under the concept of non-places, which was my curatorial thematic, this work was placed in Centro Multimedia’s hallway where people constantly walked, to emphasize the use of the original image in a “non-place.””
—Eduardo Navas

Reblogged from http://remixtheory.net/?p=394

Visualizations of sitemap and content of owenmundy.com via manyeyes

Sunday, August 9th, 2009

Experimenting with various methods of visualization available at manyeyes

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Wordle cloud

Mapping the content from owenmundy.com

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

Every page on my website and blog. Created using a PHP spider and MySQL. Click image for PDF file.


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Sitemap of owenmundy.com with PHP-based spider and Graphvis

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

Screenshots of a sitemap of my website generated using Graphvis and a .dot file created with a PHP spider.

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Aspect: The Chronicle of New Media Art _VOL.12 Fall 2008

Friday, December 12th, 2008

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Aspect: The Chronicle of New Media Art
Volume 12: Vital presents nine artists exploring that which is essential, grave, indispensable, and/or critical to existence. Mirroring preconceived notions of reality, these works re-imagine new deities, investigate animal nature and human desire, contemplate the body vs. the psyche, meditate on the circular nature of our existence, and in one case force us to witness the final minutes of life. We confront our own profound mortality, experience fear and displacement within a technological landscape, and consider the sustaining reciprocal relationship of artist and gallery.

  • 9-11/9-11 by Mel Chin w/ commentary by Ute Meta Bauer
  • Liberation of the Paranoid World; Gargoyling; Pressing the Vessel by Goatsilk w/ commentary by Ricardo de Mambro Santos
  • Primate Cinema by Rachel Mayeri w/ commentary by Meredith Tromble
  • Sequence of Good Intentions by Park McArthur w/ commentary by Michael O’Malley
  • Bathyscape by Andrew Mowbray w/ commentary by Matthew Nash
  • Anemophilous Formula for Computer Art by Joelle Dietrick and Owen Mundy w/ commentary by Eduardo Navas
  • Freund Hein by Elisabeth Smolarz w/ commentary by Angelique Campens
  • Polar Bear God by Deke Weaver w/ commentary by Una Chaudhuri
  • excerpts from Untitled (Red); Untitled (Blue); Tell Me; Ned Talking by Suara Welitoff w/ commentary by Andrew Witkin

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Anemophilous Formula for Computer Art by Joelle Dietrick and Owen Mundy
custom software
2007

Inspired by Jim Campbell’s Formula for Computer Art and Tallahassee’s annual sea of tree pollen, Mundy and Dietrick created a data-based animation referencing new forms of cross-pollination and re-use. Made to be meditative and aesthetically pleasing, the format parodies computer art that simply crunches numbers to create useless forms. The diligently recorded data of the National Allergy Board guides the animation down a predictable path and stands in stark contrast to the chaos of everyday life. The project calls into question our obsession with mapping nature, as if grasping its sublimity would be essential to finding lifelong satisfaction.