This contest is only open to Columbia undergraduate and graduate students.
Data in the Wild symbolizes the presence and representation of data throughout the world. Data can take many visual forms, including but not limited to: data visualizations of data from the world, photographs of data as it is naturally presented in the wild, hand-drawn art pieces representing data, or visual depictions of how data affects the world or communities. Contest winners will have the opportunity to show their work on the DSI Video Walls within the 407 Mudd space. One special winner will also win a grand prize.
Please be sure to follow all submission guidelines on the flyer. Please upload all submissions to tinyurl.com/DSIArtContest