Leoni Fischer

Data is omnipresent. 
They constantly surround us and actively influence our environment. 
As we continue to produce new amounts of data, the question of an intuitive, 
legible way of visualizing data becomes more and more of a focus.

All against All
An ongoing war in the digital world, understood as cyberwarfare,
has long become reality. But on the contrary to physical attacks these digital
ones appear to be completely abstract. In our project we deal with the question 
how these abstract phenomenas can be made tangible through the method of data 
physicalization. As the dataset is fed into the physicalisation, 
the movements of the soldiers against other soldiers indicate 
the real time attacks between countries.

Supervised by Prof. Eva Hornecker and Hannes Waldsch├╝tz
Project with Anas Alnayef, He Ren, Sujay ShalawadiTsung-Jen Pu, Pauline Temme
Bauhaus Essentials Award 2018  //  Pictures Pauline Temme