News & Events

News,
Nov 2022

VoM #5 Euklids Elements

The work Elements by the Greek mathematician Euclid is considered one of the most famous and successful textbooks of all time. We have chosen two adaptations as our visualization of the month #5.

News,
Nov 2022

TURN Conference 2022 in Kiel

On November 3rd and 4th, the TURN Conference 2022 took place in Kiel. We participated in the conference with a symposium on visual science communication and interactive learning.

News,
Oct 2022

#VoM 4 – XR Tumor Evolution Project

During our visit to this year’s Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, we saw many attractive and inspiring exhibitions. Many impressive exhibits have stuck in our memories. One of them is the XR Tumor Evolution Project (XRTEP) – our choice for Visualization of the Month #4.

News,
Sep 2022

Kick-Off Science Communication³

Following the invitation of the Volkswagen Foundation, the kick-off event of the funding line Science Communication Cubed took place on September 19th and 20th in Hanover.

News,
Sep 2022

Visiting the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz

From September 7 to 11, 2022, the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz once again presented outstanding exhibitions and lectures under the central theme “Welcome to Planet B.” During a 5-day excursion, we experienced the overwhelming program.

News,
Sep 2022

#VoM 3 – Meandering River

Science and art have always entered into a mutual, inspiring symbiosis. The artistic, audiovisual installation Meandering River by the design studio onformative from Berlin is an excellent example of this.

News,
Aug 2022

#VoM 2 – OECD Better Life Index

The question of what constitutes a good life is a fundamental question for all of us. There is no universal answer to it. Moritz Stefaner’s data visualization for the OECD Better Life Index invites us to make our own explorations.

Event,
Jul 2022

Project presentation Pop-Up Science!

In the semester project Pop-Up Science!, master’s students from the Interactive Media and Spatial Strategies departments at Muthesius Academy of Art and Design have developed concepts for communicating health topics in unusual places. As part of the annual exhibition “Einblick/Ausblick”, these are on public display until July 23.