Weaving a Forest seeks a material language to represent a forest as a living multi-species organism.
The NVS interface visualizes editorial changes to Shakespeare’s plays across hundreds of years.
Adrift is an experimental online visualisation tool that enables citizen scientists, without technical or scientific training, to access, analyse and collect data about marine microbes.
Trina blends speculative software and literary figuring to consider the perils and potentials of near-future interpretative practices.
Altered Moby-Dick is a hybrid text, part literature and part text visualisation.
Writing Rights is a graphical interpretation of how the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen was drawn up in the summer of 1789.
Writing Machines book and web supplement embodies author Kate Hayles’s concept of a technotext, introducing a “new, composite reading mode.”