The Quantified Self: The Data Doesn’t Lie

“The Quantified Self: The Data Doesn’t Lie”

For PCA&D’s Spring 2017 exhibition series the College focuses on scientific and technologically inspired art work. The study of science and art via cutting edge technology is narrated through the artists’ creative practice, exemplifying the desire to know more about ourselves and our world.

The Quantified Self: The Data Doesn’t Lie features data artists Laurie Frick and Katie Lewis, who explore amassed data points derived from human actions. When collected over a period of time these seemingly small points morph into portraits of not only individuals themselves but one of our collective human race. As a result of Frick and Lewis’s work, the enigma of subjective and nuanced human action falls away to become tangible and calculated data.

Katie Lewis will present an artist lecture at PCA&D on January 13 at noon.

Laurie Frick will present a lecture at PCA&D on February 3 at 2 p.m.

First Friday Reception Friday February 3, 5- 8 p.m.