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Published: Julian Kilker
Julian Kilker (Journalism and Media Studies) has written an article, “Annie and the Shaman: Exploring Data via Provocative Artifacts” that has been accepted by Leonardo, an MIT Press peer-reviewed journal exploring the application of contemporary science and technology to the arts. The article covers the development of an exploratory data visualization connecting two contexts with notable data histories: Nevada’s aboveground atomic testing and its Basin and Range region. The project uses onsite data visualizations to encourage researcher and public engagement, and the article’s subject is currently on a two-year tour throughout Nevada as part of the "Basin and Range" exhibit, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the state of Nevada.
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