Jer Thorp Combines Data with Artistic Infographics
Jer Thorp, a New York University instructor and former data artist in residence at the New York Times R&D Group, talked about infographics and art during an ATLAS Speaker Series presentation.
Jer Thorp, the co-founder of the Office for Creative Research and an adjunct professor at New York University’s ITP program, talked about how to make data more useful and artistic during an ATLAS Speaker Series talk in February 2014.
His presentation, entitled Making Dada Beautifully Meaningful, included talking about visualization, information design and opportunities to make data more useful, meaningful and accessible.
Thorp was the data artist in residence at the New York Times R&D Group from 2010-2012.
For a video of his presentation, click here.