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I'm really interested in this uptick of lo-fi small scale creative participation.
Everyone is looking for someone else to do something first in order to fix the city.
A city is a set of opportunities and possibilities.
I believe that data visualization can not only help us understand today's cities, but that it also has the potential to help us shape the city of the future.
Christian Marc Schmidt
I have explored data visualization really as a tool for understanding urban form.
Transit patterns demonstrate how an interactive application has the potential to tell many stories from within a single set of data.
As we replace our analogue tools with digital ones, tracking our behaviours will start to be normal.
As citizens and as designers, we need data activists.
The data we're generating about our everyday lives will change the bricks and mortar world around us.
The people and places are what make living in a big city.
Never stop being amazed by your surroundings.
Storytelling has really experienced a renaissance in our digital daily lives.
I figured out that I had to step out of my comfort zone and get out into the world and meet the people.
Inspiration lies on the street in front of you.
When you live in a city as a creative, you get your inspiration either from within or from your surroundings.
The flip side of interactivity and the interface is surveillance, monitoring, data collection.
Søren Bro Pold
Everyone can be a changemaker.
When you have these things you love, put it out there. Eventually you're going to find like-minded people, and they’re going to help you further along in your journey and your path.
The problem with the way I think is that I obsess over solutions. I have a ruminative mind.
Creativity is an expansive force.
Everything in my life has taken exactly ten years.
Don't worry about big ideas, just keep making stuff.
I have an uneasy relationship with creativity.
Remix culture is a way to take control of the narrative. It's not just a critique, it shows another way entirely.
An Xiao Mina
The actions we learn for social and creative expression can take a political form.