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Artists Discover the Art of Crunching Numbers
By V.L. HENDRICKSON

Most artists want nothing to do with numbers, and they certainly don't want their work quantified in a spreadsheet. But several data pioneers are working to convince the city's art community that number-crunching isn't only a crucial tool—it's got sex appeal.

"There is mystery in data, anticipation, adventure, even sensory gratification," said Ian Moss, the research director of Fractured Atlas. "There's a whole world out there of numbers to explore, and we in the arts are just starting to map it out. To be involved in that effort is to feel like a pioneer, in a way..."

 

More viruses for the Gift Horse. Thanks to the docents of the San Jose Museum of Art and also the ZERO1 volunteers, we finished off 100 viruses today.

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Start Date: 
9 Jun 2005
Hours: 
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Please join us for a panel discussion on synesthesia in conjunction with the exhibition What Sound Does A Color Make?. viewing and reception for the exhibition

 
People: Eugenie Shinkle, Patricia Duffy, Lawrence Marks, Mary McGuinness
Tags: perception, panel, event, cognition
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