Kyuha Shim Tangible Data Data Fabrication for exhibition
Tangible Data Data Fabrication for exhibition is Silver Design Award winner in 2012 - 2013 Information Technologies Design Award Category.
Tangible Data Data Fabrication for exhibition

Design and Information Technology have changed the way we live our everyday lives. Development of effective 3D Printing techniques have inspired me to think about a creative methodology for Information Design. My selected projects aim to explore a tangible communication through data-driven fabrication. I hope these practices foster the way we perceive data and eventually create new experiences which allow users to be more engaged with data.

Tangible Data Data Fabrication for exhibition
Kyuha Shim Tangible Data
Kyuha Shim Data Fabrication for exhibition
Kyuha Shim design
Kyuha Shim design
Kyuha Shim

Kyuha Shim (Q) is a designer, researcher and lecturer based in London. He is currently a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art and a visiting lecturer on the new RCA course; Information Experience Design. He holds an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Digital+Media, and a BFA from Hongik University in Digital Media Design. Q worked as a design researcher at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht, Netherlands, with focus on visual system by use of computation. Prior to this, he was a research fellow / data visualisation specialist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in SENSEable City Laboratory, and was a faculty member at RISD. He has also worked at LUST (NL) and Vinyl (KR) studios. His projects have been selected for various international design awards and featured in numerous publications and exhibitions. Q works in the integrative and interdisciplinary realm of art, design and technology, with particular interest in the language of systematic and playful patterns in design & computation. Central to his practice is the use of data as the primary medium in creating a complete, narrative system informed and driven by integrated processes of visualisation, fabrication and installation.