April 2016. 3D printed plastic discs, vintage Fisher Price music player, book
Intelligence is a strange output based on a radical imagining of human-computer interaction. This piece asks what form the portrait of a person might take from the perspective of an intelligence where perception, memory, recall and access to information is so radically different from human experience. This work began with a series of drawings that map the data of individual people as they would be stored in the memory of an Iris Recognition Analysis System (IRA). The final work is an interpretation of the data portraits as 3D printed plastic disks that can be played on a Fisher Price Music Player. A short fiction with cumulative dataset drawings contextualizes this participatory piece.