simeon wittenberg
#occupygezi A visual exploration of the 2013 protests around Gezi Park in Istanbul. Cities and its architecture as well as cultural habits can build the identity of a certain place. Forms of protest and celebration may cause also forms of identity, that shape an change a space and its meaning. The city and its spaces are the stage for protest and therefore a public space of activism. This project was about a visual analysis of the Occupy Gezi protests in Istanbul. Over a three month period we analyzed events that shaped and changed Istanbul. The final results were displayed in an exhibition. The circular graphics visualize different groups of people involved or affected by the protests over a period of 33 days in total. The graphic is divided into three sets, representing 11 days each. The groups of people represented in the charts are protesters, police, detained and killed people. The circular lines represent the total numbers of people involved, on the outside is the context of other happenings that day. This graphic shows a heat layers of the most brutal protest days in June 2013.
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#occupygezi A visual exploration of the 2013 protests around Gezi Park in Istanbul. Cities and its architecture as well as cultural habits can build the identity of a certain place. Forms of protest and celebration may cause also forms of identity, that shape an change a space and its meaning. The city and its spaces are the stage for protest and therefore a public space of activism. This project was about a visual analysis of the Occupy Gezi protests in Istanbul. Over a three month period we analyzed events that shaped and changed Istanbul. The final results were displayed in an exhibition. The circular graphics visualize different groups of people involved or affected by the protests over a period of 33 days in total. The graphic is divided into three sets, representing 11 days each. The groups of people represented in the charts are protesters, police, detained and killed people. The circular lines represent the total numbers of people involved, on the outside is the context of other happenings that day. This graphic shows a heat layers of the most brutal protest days in June 2013.
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#occupygezi A visual exploration of the 2013 protests around Gezi Park in Istanbul. Cities and its architecture as well as cultural habits can build the identity of a certain place. Forms of protest and celebration may cause also forms of identity, that shape an change a space and its meaning. The city and its spaces are the stage for protest and therefore a public space of activism. This project was about a visual analysis of the Occupy Gezi protests in Istanbul. Over a three month period we analyzed events that shaped and changed Istanbul. The final results were displayed in an exhibition. The circular graphics visualize different groups of people involved or affected by the protests over a period of 33 days in total. The graphic is divided into three sets, representing 11 days each. The groups of people represented in the charts are protesters, police, detained and killed people. The circular lines represent the total numbers of people involved, on the outside is the context of other happenings that day. This graphic shows a heat layers of the most brutal protest days in June 2013.
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#occupygezi A visual exploration of the 2013 protests around Gezi Park in Istanbul. Cities and its architecture as well as cultural habits can build the identity of a certain place. Forms of protest and celebration may cause also forms of identity, that shape an change a space and its meaning. The city and its spaces are the stage for protest and therefore a public space of activism. This project was about a visual analysis of the Occupy Gezi protests in Istanbul. Over a three month period we analyzed events that shaped and changed Istanbul. The final results were displayed in an exhibition. The circular graphics visualize different groups of people involved or affected by the protests over a period of 33 days in total. The graphic is divided into three sets, representing 11 days each. The groups of people represented in the charts are protesters, police, detained and killed people. The circular lines represent the total numbers of people involved, on the outside is the context of other happenings that day. This graphic shows a heat layers of the most brutal protest days in June 2013.
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#occupygezi A visual exploration of the 2013 protests around Gezi Park in Istanbul. Cities and its architecture as well as cultural habits can build the identity of a certain place. Forms of protest and celebration may cause also forms of identity, that shape an change a space and its meaning. The city and its spaces are the stage for protest and therefore a public space of activism. This project was about a visual analysis of the Occupy Gezi protests in Istanbul. Over a three month period we analyzed events that shaped and changed Istanbul. The final results were displayed in an exhibition. The circular graphics visualize different groups of people involved or affected by the protests over a period of 33 days in total. The graphic is divided into three sets, representing 11 days each. The groups of people represented in the charts are protesters, police, detained and killed people. The circular lines represent the total numbers of people involved, on the outside is the context of other happenings that day. This graphic shows a heat layers of the most brutal protest days in June 2013.
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