Technical to Beautiful: Data as Art

June 8-October 2
Hub Central Gallery

(located on the west side of the Town Center, 333 N. Randall Ave., Madison, WI)

Art is meant to inspire the audience to view data in a different lens, and ideally, by showing the “beautiful” side of data, younger generations can be inspired to pursue a career in Data Science.


The colormaps are painted visualizations of real data submitted by members of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.


For this series, a segment of flax DNA was transcribed for an 8 harness loom.

Faces of Dimensionality

This piece delves into the concept of Eigenfaces, which are visualizations of the principal component vectors derived from an extensive dataset of face images.