ᴜᴄʟᴀʙ is a visualization research group situated 
between design, computing, and the humanities.

New Complexity Recent projects, publications and activities

SMB Teaser Project

A Visual Exploration

… of two museum collections

V3_website_v1 Project

Connect – Comprehend – Communicate

Amazonia as a future laboratory

refa Project

RESTAGING FASHION

Digital contextualization of vestimentary sources

Summer School

We are preparing the »Visualizing Open Access Summer School« in cooperation with the Open-Access-Büro Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Freie Universität Berlin.

6 – 17 September 2021
Publication

Unfolding Edges for Exploring Multivariate Edge Attributes in Graphs

  • Mark-Jan Bludau
  • Marian Dörk
  • Christian Tominski
— Poster at Eurographics Conference on Visualization (EuroVis), Zurich (Switzerland), 2021

Online workshop

»Let’s visit museum collections! What can we gather about the data?« — Virtual museum visits and reflections about cultural data and collection interfaces during vDHd2021.

25 March 2021, 3pm
jmb_thumbnail Project

Topography of Violence

Visualizing antisemitic violence in Germany 1930–1938

Conference talk & poster

We are participating in EuroVis 2021 with two contributions: Fabian Ehmel presents a paper about Topograpy of Violence and Mark-Jan Bludau shows a poster on Unfolding Edges (Poster / Extended Abstract) from the SoNAR (IDH) project.

15 June, 2021
Publication

Topography of Violence: Considerations for Ethical and Collaborative Visualization Design

  • Fabian Ehmel
  • Viktoria Brüggemann
  • Marian Dörk
— Computer Graphics Forum (Proc. EuroVis). 40(3), 2021
Publication

Kleiderwirklichkeit und Bildfindungen im 19. Jahrhundert. Ihre Nachnutzung und Transformation im musealen Kontext

  • Sabine de Günther
  • Thekla Weissengruber
— Hrsg. netzwerk mode textil, in: Jahrbuch nmt 2020, S. 7-17, 2021

Scrollytelling article

Inter…what? Intersectionality! is a visual article on discrimination and privilege by Hannah Schwan, Jonas Arndt, Sandra Cartes & Marian Dörk. Please, help our research by reading it and sharing your feedback with us.

31 May 2021
05_Thesis Project

Visuals for Language

Consistent visual representations of grammar

uclabprojectfig Project

The Fold

Rethinking interactivity in data visualization

Publication

Unravelling the Human Perspective and Considerations for Urban Data Visualization

  • Sarah Goodwin
  • Sebastian Meier
  • Lyn Bartram
  • Alex Godwin
  • Till Nagel
  • Marian Dörk
— IEEE 14th Pacific Visualization Symposium (PacificVis), 2021