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Thursday, May 5 • 1:45pm - 2:15pm
The Signal and the Noise: How Data Becomes Public Art

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Ben Rubin has turned Shakespeare, The New York Times, novels, source code, and leaked diplomatic cables into media art installations. He will discuss these works and give a preview of new public work in progress that uses data of a very different kind.

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Ben Rubin

Artist and designer Ben Rubin is the Director of the Parsons Institute for Information Mapping. Rubin’s innovative applications of media and information technology have been seen at museums, public spaces, and performance venues around the world. Some of Rubin’s best known work includes the media installations Moveable Type (2007), a permanent artwork for the lobby of the New York Times building, and Listening Post (2002), both in... Read More →

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Thursday May 5, 2016 1:45pm - 2:15pm
St. Francis College 180 Remsen St, Brooklyn, NY 11230

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