animated abstractions of human data

Data Art, an emerging art movement that is original and innovative, uses data and generative technologies to create relevant reflections on life in the 21st century.  From the data they generate, I create individual, family, group, and company portraits—animated abstractions of these data—for collectors and audiences by combining psychology, data mining, programming, and audio/video editing.

The prints below are frames from the beginning, middle, and end of the video.  

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This video was created using the DNA data from a mother and her daughter. The first scene uses DNA they have in common. The second scene uses DNA of the daughter that is different from the mother. The last scene uses DNA of the mother that is different from the daughter. The visuals are by James Pricer, and the music is by Richard Crandell and Felix Blume.

copyright JEPricer Studio 2017