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We Build Worlds

Exploring novel ways to communicate data about the city. Could we hijack our perception of fruit and skin for use in data visualisation. Through evolution our senses have developed to be acutely able to detect the signs that allow us to know when fruit is ripe or a person is healthy or not. 

(2015)

HIJACKING PERCEPTION

Representing the city using James Millers 19 generic subsystems of a living system - "As Miller moves up the chain of complexity from cell to group to supranational system, he uses 19 generic, critical subsystems to provide structure to the material. Nine subsystems process matter-energy; nine process information, and one processes both matter-energy and information."
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