Science and Art Collides: Information in Motion
Showing through March 31.
Digital Pragmata is a VCU Libraries digital arts and humanities initiative that bring together scholars, students and creators for lectures and teaching presentations. The March 30 installment, “Information in Motion,” examines how animation and motion graphics can be used to visualize and explain data.
The presenters come from varied backgrounds in animation as well as journalism, science and graphic design. Works showing on the Cabell Big Screen are shared by our panelists and is their work product for various clients.
Animations featured are from:
- Whitney Beer-Kerr, science producer at Pixeldust Studios
- Donna Desmet, medical illustrator and animator at the Mayo Clinic.
- Josh Gunn, founder of Planet Nutshell.