Arts Program Presentations

The IEEE VIS 2013 Arts Program showcases high-quality artwork and research that demonstrates and investigates the exciting and increasingly prominent intersections between art and visualization. This year, we are expanding the scope of the Arts Program by including a dedicated Arts Program papers track along with the conference art show. The theme for the 2013 Arts Program is Art+Experiment. We invited artists and researchers to think about the connections and chasms between art and research, and to explore the nature of experimental design and creative experimentation.

Arts Program Chairs
Angus Forbes, University of Arizona
Lauren Thorson, University of Iowa


VISAP Art Show Catalog

Art+Experiment: Introducing the IEEE VIS 2013 Arts Program
Angus Forbes and Lauren Thorson

Parallel-Coordinates Art
Julian Heinrich and Daniel Weiskopf

TweetProbe: A Real-Time Microblog Stream Visualization Framework
Byungkyu Kang and George Legrady and Tobias Hollerer

Spirograph Designs for Ambient Display of Tweets
Ye Lin and Romain Vuillemot

Medieval Information Visualization
Francis T. Marchese

Art - Science - Visualization Collaborations: Examining the Spectrum
Francesca Samsel

Art and Science as Creative Catalysts
Eleanor Gates-Stuart and Chuong Nguyen and Matt Adcock and Jay Bradley and Matthew Morell and David R. Lovell

DataRemix: Designing The Datamade Through ArtScience Collaboration
Ruth West and Roger Malina and John Lewis and Scot Gresham-Lancaster and Alejandro Borsani and Brian Merlo and Lifan Wang

XEPA: Intelligent Sculptures as Experimental Platforms for Computational Aesthetic Evaluation
Philip Galanter

Time Giver: An Installation of Collective Expression using Mobile PPG and EEG in the AlloSphere
Yuan-Yi Fan and F. Myles Sciotto and JoAnn Kuchera-Morin

TYPE + CODE II: A Code Driven Typography
Yeohyun Ahn and Ge Jin

Salton Sea Revisited: An Aesthetic Study of Realtime Lapse
Xarene Eskander