[picture]Dan Torop - EDAR 2009
Dan Torop's EDAR project, "Ashley," consists of a software application that creates an auditory interpretation of the process of searching the Gottesman Libraries databases. The project parses library data, and then uses text-to-speech technology to speak/chant the emerging data structure. "Ashley" simultaneously creates a screen-based visualization of the flow of data. The resulting project will be displayed in Gottesman Libraries at one or more public computer terminals. The project investigates and develops creative alternatives for communicating the relationships between bodies of information such as art collections, library book catalogs, and historical archives.

Dan Torop works with one camera, some film, photo paper, several computer languages, and some words. He lives in Brooklyn and has been teaching a class at NYU Steinhardt.
Website: http://dantorop.info...
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[thumbnail] Ashley installation
by D. Torop (08/14/2009)
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[thumbnail] How Ashley Works
by D. Torop (08/14/2009)
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[thumbnail] Workspace Documentation
by D. Torop (08/14/2009)
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[thumbnail] additional Ashley stills
by D. Torop (08/13/2009)
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[thumbnail] Ashley: choice stills
by D. Torop (08/13/2009)
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[thumbnail] Ashley audio - Various trial runs
by D. Torop (07/2009)
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[thumbnail] Video Documentation of Dan Torop EDAR project Ashley
by D. Torop (08/13/2009)
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[thumbnail] Ashley audio - A Good Run
by D. Torop (07/09/2009)
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