Data visualization for the public can be a tool for social change; it quantifies and displays information related to politics, health, education, etc. so that its audience is better informed and able to take some kind of action. Drawing on literary and cultural sources, this exhibition of printed work juxtaposes multiple aspects of data visualization for a reflective and visually dynamic result. Pieces fall into three, interrelated categories:
Timelines: the documentation of passing time, based on observation.
Canons: the visualization of documented literary canons, bibliographies, and indexes, alsoexpressing the passage of time.
Texts: the juxtapositon of literary texts