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Now that the ways we relate to information are evolving more rapidly than we realize, it is time to change our minds about data. This talk is about how we can see this moment as an opportunity to jumpstart a new renaissance, where we can question the impersonality of a merely technical approach to data and bring more value to it.
Giorgia will share how her experiences in the world of data—spanning from business data visualization consulting with her firm to creating visual data art installations for MoMA—lead her to develop a new approach to working with information, a work philosophy she calls data humanism.
Her talk will show with concrete examples how we can use the tools of the designer to radically rethink the way we interact with data and imagine new visuals, tools and experiences that can reconnect it to what it ultimately stands for: our lives, ideas, and experiences.