Join Brendan Dawes as he shows how he tries to find the poetry within data to create data-born work for people rather than geeks. From large scale real-time interactive work, to electronic curiosities to data you can hold and touch, Brendan will take you behind the scenes of what went into the work, including the things that went well and more interestingly the things that sometimes went wrong. He may even have some giveaways too!
Brendan Dawes is an artist exploring the interaction of objects, people, technology and art using form and code with an eclectic mix of digital and analogue materials. Author of two books on interaction design, his work is featured in the permanent collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art, has been 3D printed on the International Space Station and has been honoured in awards including Fast Company Innovation by Design, Information is Beautiful and D&AD. Clients include Airbnb, Google, Twitter, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Intel, Cancer Research UK, Mailchimp, M&C Saatcci, EE, PWC, The Atlantic, and Arup.