- Curiosity CLXXV
- UCT OpenContent directory
- TED talk: Anders Ynnerman: Visualizing the medical data explosion
- Archive and Public Culture research initiative
- Archival Platform
- Centre for Popular Memory
- TED talk: Jonathan Harris: the Web's secret stories
- TED talk: Aaron Koblin: Artfully visualizing our humanity
- Claim to the country
- Centre for Curating the Archive
- Refiguring the archive
- Subtle thresholds
- The Joy of Stats by Hans Rosling
Brooklyn-based artist Jonathan Harris' work celebrates the world's diversity even as it illustrates the universal concerns of its occupants. His computer programs scour the Internet for unfiltered content, which his beautiful interfaces then organize to create coherence from the chaos.
His projects are both intensely personal (the "We Feel Fine" project, made with Sep Kanvar, which scans the world's blogs to collect snapshots of the writers' feelings) and entirely global (the new "Universe," which turns current events into constellations of words). But their effect is the same -- to show off a world that resonates with shared emotions, concerns, problems, triumphs and troubles.
"Jonathan Harris [is] a New York artist and storyteller working primarily on the Internet. His work involves the exploration and understanding of humans, on a global scale, through the artifacts they leave behind on the Web."