Fun way to clean up modern art with visualization
TED Talks are a great way to keep your mind nourished. They inspire you, give you a ton of new ideas. I saw this ted talk (embedded below) Tidying up art by Ursus Wehrli and couldn’t resist sharing it with you. It is an entertaining one and I recommend watching it.
In this talk the speaker takes a swipe at modern art by showing us ways to clean up the apparent gibberish in to meaningful bar charts. Take a look at these two examples:
This is the perfect example of how visualizations bring order and insights out of data that looks chaotic.
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