The Evolution of Silence was included in the exhibition, Artifact and Process: The Evolving Field of Graphic Design, at the Weeks Gallery in Jamestown, NY. Guest-curated by designer, researcher, and educator, Jason Dilworth (more…)
Different Data (DD) is a collaborative critical design research group (Rachele Riley, Dan McCafferty and Joshua Singer) who collects, manipulates, and displays data in location-specific public environments. DD maps notions of place by revealing hidden, overlooked and silent narratives (and other aspects) of urban cultural ecologies, using unexpected and often poetic methods for generating and gathering data.
The Evolution of Silence, Version 1 was included in the SIGGRAPH 2014 Art Gallery Exhibition, ‘Acting in Translation’ (curated by Basak Senova), in Vancouver, Canada in August 2014, curated by Basak Senova. (more…)
The Evolution of Silence is a multimedia design research project by Rachele Riley (2008–present). As part of a series of explorations on the subject of conflict and representation, Version 1 is a web-based map, which visualizes and interprets the impact of forty-one years of post-WWII nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site, (more…)
Visualizing the Art of War, 2005 (single-channel video, 5:01), explores poetics and visualization. The video examines the power of numbers and the use of visual abstraction (with a focus on the arrow) to address the accumulation of information and the media experience of war, and our ability to process the toll war takes on humanity. (more…)