Data, Meet Design: Making Information Beautiful

 

[Bayer] asks us to question why maps look the way they do… to think about what’s shown and what’s not shown.

Benjamin Benus Professor of Art and Design History, Loyola University
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Data, Meet Design: Making Information Beautiful

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Amid contentious policy disputes and multiple sources of “truth,” how should we engage in informed debate on today’s most significant issues? The visual arts can help. Hear from the co-curator of the exhibition now showing at the Aspen Institute’s Resnick Center for Herbert Bayer Studies about how Bayer’s World Geo-Graphic Atlas was a precursor to the world of information design in which we now live.

  • 2023 Festival
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