Data Reflection & Design
You can see a network that has a similar shape to a jellyfish.
Wendy Chun, Kim Albrecht, Matthew Ritchie and Albert-László Barabási in conversation
Thu, November 04, 2021 7 pm CET, Talk
Language: English

In this panel, scientists, data engineers and artists will talk about Big Data and engage critically with ways to analyze, process and visualize it.

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Big Data are data sets that are too large or too complex to be processed by conventional data processing software. Originally, Big Data was associated with three key terms: volume, variety and velocity. Challenges in Big Data analysis include data acquisition, data storage, data analysis, search, sharing, transmission, query, updating, information protection, data source, and, of course, visualization. 

The event will be held in English.


Kim Albrecht (artist)

Matthew Richie (artist)

Wendy Chun (Canada 150 Research Chair in New Media, Simon Fraser University)

Albert-László Barabási (Physicist, network scientist)

This event is part of the accompanying program of »BarabásiLab. Hidden Patterns. Network Thinking«.

The event via live stream
Organization / Institution
ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe

Accompanying program