Visualizing Uncertainty

The Visualizing Uncertainty project led by Aaron Hill at Parsons School of Design draws inspiration from the fine arts to think about new ways of representing uncertainty and ambiguity.

A cohort of five graduate students from a variety of Parsons programs have been invited to participate in work on the generation of new visual representations and alternative ways of thinking about the visualization of uncertainty (and related topics). This work will be organized around three themes: generative and interaction design, games, and experiments with randomness. The work is a design-driven exploration of the ways that humans understand and reckon with uncertainty and ambiguity.

Spring 2020
Research Assistantship
Parsons School of Design
Franziska Mack