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Portrait of the Artist as a Data Cloud I
12016-01-18T03:17:40-08:00Florian Wiencekce1ae876f963bfc3b5cf6c3bbd8f57daf911e67f25535Karin + Shane Denson (2015) 20" x 20" Acrylic on canvas
These "Data Portraits" are data-generated objects based on personal Internet usage, processed with a custom Python script written by Luke Caldwell and hand-painted by Karin Denson. Scanning one of the nine QR codes on the right will unlock augmented reality (AR) scenarios that will be superimposed on the Data Portraits. The scenarios, some of which are interactive, explore various facets of contemporary interactions between physical, virtual, and augmented realities.