Laurie Frick: data art

sleep | quantified-self | time

Walking, Eating, Sleeping….
Walking, Eating, Sleeping….
Walking, Eating, Sleeping….
Walking, Eating, Sleeping….

Walking, Eating, Sleeping….walking thru floating data, with bits.

Walking, Eating, Sleeping….
Walking, Eating, Sleeping….

Floating data with lasercut drawings, bits on floor (photo by M. Hoogendijk)

Walking, Eating, Sleeping….
Walking, Eating, Sleeping….

Walking, Eating, Sleeping installation – approx 70 ft. (photo M. Hoogendijk)

Walking, Eating, Sleeping….
Walking, Eating, Sleeping….

Walk 51 in 20 panels, cut paper (detail) 8’x12′.

Walking, Eating, Sleeping….
Walking, Eating, Sleeping….

At Marfa Contemporary, 2013

Walking, Eating, Sleeping….
Walking, Eating, Sleeping….

“Goodbye Oklahoma” Walking, Eating, Sleeping installation at Oklahoma Contemporary (artist in silhouette)

Quantify-me
Quantify-me

96 laser cut drawings, more than 10 thousand Abet Laminati samples, 2012. Photo: Leon Alesi

Quantify-me
Quantify-me

Photo: Leon Alesi

Quantify-me
Quantify-me

Laser cut measurement drawings section of the installation. Photo by Rino Pizzi, 2012.

Quantify-me
Quantify-me

Sometimes the self-tracking data senses a problem, and it falls apart. pile of lasercut pieces on the floor. Photo by Christine Rasmussen

Quantify-me
Quantify-me

96 self-tracking laser cut drawings

Quantify-me
Quantify-me

Photo by Rino Pizzi

Quantify-me
Quantify-me

Photo by Rino Pizzi,

Quantify-me
Quantify-me

Moodjam at Edward Cella 12 ft x 12 ft, Abet Laminati countertop samples on alumalite panels

"Numbers are abstract concepts but we recognize pattern intuitively. I’m experimenting with wall size patterns that anticipate the condition of our daily-selves. Very soon walls and spaces we occupy will be filled with easy to decode patterns – a visual record of how we feel, stress level, mood, bio-function captured, digitally recorded and physically produced using 3D printers and lasercutters. Human data portraits transcribed as pattern from the all the sensor data collected about us.

 

Will it kill the mystery of being human, simply magnify our defects or will sensors and a mass of measurements acknowledge and present patterns of self-examination that lure us into a future of self-quantification that is irresistible?"

 

Top: “Walking, Eating, Sleeping” show at Oklahoma Contemporary Jun 11-Aug 23, 2013 and Marfa Contemporary Sep 10-Jan 3, 2014

 

Bottom: “Quantify-me” installation at W&tWork in Austin, Texas, 2012