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An installation image from the 1968 Triennale is housed in the museum’s archives.

Three projects show how data powers online preservation initiatives.

The Triennale Museum

We illustrate one reason why there are so many Virgos, Libras, and Scorpios out there.

From left to right: Ivan Rossi, Ilaria Venturini, Stefano Gallo. Photos: Giovanni Marchi, Pietro Guinea–Montalvo.

Chatting with three interns turned full–time, full–stack developers.

In a data–driven artwork, a legend takes on special significance.

LEGO Architecture, visualized.

A few personal thoughts about the Visualized conference

Sketching with data: a shortcut from your head to the final data-composition

Can the aesthetic elements of a data-visualization be considered as important as the data itself in getting readers interested about a topic, leading them to shape an understanding of it and triggering their curiosity to explore more?

Can we start considering and conceiving pure aesthetic features not only as ornamental attributes within a data-driven visual story?

Can we accept and legitimize that, in some cases, a beautiful and functional data-visualization may not necessary take its shape only from the data, but that aesthetic choices play a comparable role in its success?

And ultimately, why should…

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