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http://visualized.com/2014/presents/giorgia-lupi/

"NEW AESTHETICS FOR DATA NARRATIVES "

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  • New aesthetics for data narrative Visualized conference 5-6 February 2014 New York giorgia lupi tw: @giorgialupi www.accurat.it www.giorgialupi.net
  • (10th October) pupil of Vincenzo Lavigna Virginia Maria elected as a liberal -moderate representative opening of the Suez Canal (for which he composed Aida) Franco-Prussian war death of Manzoni (for which he composed Messa di Requiem) birth of Young Italy adoption of the Albertine Statute Unification of Italy Margherita Barezzi Giuseppina Strepponi Icilio Romano (22nd May) Cosima Wagner Minna Planer Matilde Wesendonck Isolde Eva Sigfrido pupil of Theodor Weinlig flees to Switzerland for political reasons active participation in revolutionary movements 1820 1825 1830 1835 1840 1845 1850 1855 1860 1865 1870 1875 1813 La Traviata La Fenice - Venice Aida Opera House - Cairo Rigoletto La Fenice - Venice Nabucco La Scala - Milan Il Trovatore Teatro Apollo - Rome Macbeth Teatro della Pergola - Florence Un ballo in maschera Teatro Apollo - Rome Otello La Scala - Milan Falstaff La Scala - Milan Giuseppe Verdi Richard Wagner New? Non common? Unusual? customized for that piece, for that topic, for that data that haven’t necessarly been seen before Visual models and metaphors How to read it? Aida Opera House - Cairo Rigoletto La Fenice - Venice Nabucco La Scala - Milan Il Trovatore Teatro Apollo - Rome Macbeth Teatro della Pergola - Florence Un ballo in maschera Teatro Apollo - Rome Otello La Scala - Milan Falstaff La Scala - Milan Don Carlos Salle Le Peletier - Paris
  • (10th October) pupil of Vincenzo Lavigna Virginia Maria elected as a liberal -moderate representative opening of the Suez Canal (for which he composed Aida) Franco-Prussian war death of Manzoni (for which he composed Messa di Requiem) birth of Young Italy adoption of the Albertine Statute Unification of Italy Margherita Barezzi Giuseppina Strepponi Icilio Romano (22nd May) Cosima Wagner Minna Planer Matilde Wesendonck Isolde Eva Sigfrido pupil of Theodor Weinlig flees to Switzerland for political reasons active participation in revolutionary movements 1820 1825 1830 1835 1840 1845 1850 1855 1860 1865 1870 1875 1813 La Traviata La Fenice - Venice Aida Opera House - Cairo Rigoletto La Fenice - Venice Nabucco La Scala - Milan Il Trovatore Teatro Apollo - Rome Macbeth Teatro della Pergola - Florence Un ballo in maschera Teatro Apollo - Rome Otello La Scala - Milan Falstaff La Scala - Milan Giuseppe Verdi Richard Wagner evocative visually pleasant How to read it? Aida Opera House - Cairo Rigoletto La Fenice - Venice Nabucco La Scala - Milan Il Trovatore Teatro Apollo - Rome Macbeth Teatro della Pergola - Florence Un ballo in maschera Teatro Apollo - Rome Otello La Scala - Milan Falstaff La Scala - Milan Don Carlos Salle Le Peletier - Paris unexpected but experimental but
  • “FAMOUS WRITERS’ SLEEP HABITS AND LITERARY PRODUCTIVITY” Illustrations and data-visualizations? Maria Popova, Accurat, Wendy Mc Naughton, for brainpickings.org Accurat (Giorgia Lupi, Simone Quadri, Davide Ciuffi, Federica Fragapane)
  • “VISUALIZING PAINTERS’ LIVES” painter’s stiles to steal from Personal Project, directed by Giorgia Lupi and Michela Buttignol, produced by Accurat
  • 1964 Cell biology Gen etics and heredity 1956 M athematics Biophysics Biology Biochemistryand m olecular biology Astrophysics Multidiscip Mult idisciplinary chemistry A nalytical chemistry Ar tificial Intelligence Condensed-matter phy sics Environmental scie nces Multidisciplinary sciences n Life sciences fields have a quicker pace overall—evident in their narrower colored rings—than the physical sciences. Recent papers tend to have more authors— as in environmental science [far right]. d “THE ACCELERATING PACE OF SCIENCE” visual inspirations from different fields Accurat for Popular Science, April 2014, Giorgia Lupi, Simone Quadri, Glauco Mantegari, Davide Ciuffi, Pietro Guinea Montalvo
  • 1964 Cell biology Gen etics and heredity 1956 M athematics Biophysics Biology Biochemistryand m olecular biology Astrophysics M Mult idisciplinary chemistry A nalytical chemistry Ar tificial Intelligence Condensed-matter phy sics Environmental scie nces Multidisciplinary sciences ow hen - ger rn Life sciences fields have a quicker pace overall—evident in their narrower colored rings—than the physical sciences. Recent papers tend to have more authors— as in environmental science [far right]. rs hed e.” 0 of _top 20 scientific papers, _cumulative number of citations, from 1948 to 1998 1948 1998
  • 1964 Cell biology Gen etics and heredity 1956 M athematics Biophysics Biology Biochemistryand m olecular biology Astrophysics M Mult idisciplinary chemistry A nalytical chemistry Ar tificial Intelligence Condensed-matter phy sics Environmental scie nces Multidisciplinary sciences ow hen - ger rn Life sciences fields have a quicker pace overall—evident in their narrower colored rings—than the physical sciences. Recent papers tend to have more authors— as in environmental science [far right]. rs hed e.” 0 of
  • 1964 Cell biology Gen etics and heredity 1956 M athematics Biophysics Biology Biochemistryand m olecular biology Astrophysics M Mult idisciplinary chemistry A nalytical chemistry Ar tificial Intelligence Condensed-matter phy sics Environmental scie nces Multidisciplinary sciences ow hen - ger rn Life sciences fields have a quicker pace overall—evident in their narrower colored rings—than the physical sciences. Recent papers tend to have more authors— as in environmental science [far right]. rs hed e.” 0 of (visual references)
  • “SELLING AT SUNDANCE” 3D and 2D Barbapapa Accurat for Bright Ideas Magazine, January 2014 Giorgia Lupi Michele Graffieti
  • Beasts of the Southern Wild $ 1,8M $ 1M $ 12,8M Another Earth $ 0,15M $ 1M $ 1,3M Lay the Favorite $ 20M $ 2M $ 1,6M Austenland $ 7,8M $ 4M $ 1,9M Red Lights $ 22,4M $ 4M $ 13,55M
  • YES, BUT WHY? (image / Accurat for La Lettura,remix of data visualizations )
  • Italy Spain Netherlands Great Britain Canada Belgium France Australia Usa Germany Switzerland Japan Sweden 4.334 3.946 3.490 2.8172.931 1.690 3.689 4.258 3.780 3.319 4.683 5.017 5.189 Ireland 3.372 Norway 5.503 Portugal 4.307 Luxembourg 4.824 Austria 4.122 7 South Korea 4.946 Russia 3.091 Do you want to live a world of barcharts? (image / Accurat for La Lettura, The Brain Drain)
  • Catching interest, Trying to make people feel something, Triggering curiosity to understand (image / Accurat for La Lettura, The Pritzker Architecture Prize)
  • Producing pieces easy to be remembered (image / Accurat for La Lettura, Nobels, no degrees)
  • "you know what I like the most? the one displaying those kind of candelholders… yes, that one I'd love to hang it on the wall !” FUNNY COMMENTS, 01 “Oh, so sweet of you, granny! but I am just curious… do you remember the topic at least?” “Topic?” (grandmother)
  • (image / Accurat for La Lettura, Geniuses, Visualized)
  • (Kabbalah and Sephirots)
  • "Oh Accurat! You guys are the ones who did the one that looks like green and red jellifishes, right? it's beautiful!” FUNNY COMMENTS, 02 NYC Datavisualization Meetup, Sept 2013 (image / Accurat for La Lettura, Geniuses, European banks and government debt)
  • “I saw your last one, the one with the clocks, I mean for the authors! Love it !!” FUNNY COMMENTS, 03 office-mate, december 2013 (image / Accurat for La Lettura, From first published to masterpieces)
  • how people remember and name them, what they refer to, (Triggering curiosity to understand)
  • FUNNY COMMENTS, 04 in a cafè, Milan, February 2013
  • FUNNY COMMENTS, 04 in a cafè, Milan, February 2013 (image / Accurat for La Lettura, the Brain Drain) “see this difference between Italy and Spain, (...) Dont’t they seem like little guns? They do their job though!”
  • (abstract paintings)
  • Visual inspirations from unusual contexts as an attemp to analyze the aesthetic qualities of things naturally pleasant to our eyes (images, various abstract paintings
  • Familiar aesthetics, Recognized visual languages (images, various visual inspirations
  • m c music room religious music composition for piano opera orchestral music vocal music symphonic music band m prose 1840 1845 1850 1855 1860 1865 1870 1875 1880 1890 1900 1895 1885 rk[...] 1901 1883 Aida Cairo to ice Nabucco la - Milan Il Trovatore pollo - Rome Macbeth rgola - Florence allo in maschera tro Apollo - Rome Otello La Scala - Milan Falstaff La Scala - Milan Don Carlos Salle Le Peletier - Paris Simon Boccanegra La Fenice - Venice La forza del destino La Fenice - Venice Festspiel Siegfried Festspielhaus - Bayreuth Tannhäuser Semperoper - Dresde Götterdämmerung Festspielhaus - Bayreu Lohengrin National Theatre Die Meistersing National Theat Rienzi, der Le Tribunen Semperoper Der Ring d Festspielha (27th January) Vincenz Virginia Maria elected as a liberal -moderate representative opening of the Suez Canal (for which he composed Aida) Franco-Prussian war death of Manzoni (for which he composed Messa di Requiem) adoption of the Albertine Statute Unification of Italy signed the Triple Alliance between Germany, Austria and Italy Margherita Barezzi Giuseppina Strepponi entry into the Senate Icilio Romano (13th february) Cosima Wagner Matilde Wesendonck Isolde Eva Sigfrido flees to Switzerland for political reasons active participation in revolutionary movements (image: Accurat for La Lettura: Verdi and Wagner) Aristotle “Metaphor consists in giving the thing a name that belongs to something else
  • In the end, creating is all about playing and innovating within familiar forms Twyla Tharp “ (image: Accurat for La Lettura: Writers in prison, not for their books)
  • New aesthetics for data narrative Visualized conference 5-6 February 2014 New York giorgia lupi tw: @giorgialupi www.accurat.it www.giorgialupi.net