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Title: Pre-visualization
Authors: Wrisley, David Joseph
Keywords: visualization;digital humanities;modeling;critical practice;design thinking;transmedia;poetry
Issue Date: 21-Oct-2018
Publisher: IEEE 3rd Workshop for Visualization and the Digital Humanities
Citation: "Pre-visualization," 3rd Vis4DH "Visualization for the Digital Humanities" IEEE Vis, Berlin, Germany, 21 October 2018.
Abstract: This position paper argues that deep collaboration must be a part of any humanities visualization project and it investigates the nature and the place of such collaboration. I re-introduce the term "previsualization” to refer to the interdisciplinary, transmedial critical work that underlies the design and implementation of, as well as the critical reflection on, visualization. I argue for seeing previsualization more than just in its temporal sense of a “first step” of building visual systems, but as a necessary process of digital humanities modelling that contributes to critical linkages between visualization and the humanities research tradition. Finally, I discuss the tension inherent in visual systems between their specificity and generalizability and the need to remain critical as they grow.
URI: http://vis4dh.dbvis.de/papers/2018/Pre-visualization.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/2451/43708
metadata.dc.rights: open
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