The Winners: People, Language & Identity
These works won awards for their excellent visualizations on being, gender, language and (the quantified) self.
A deceptively dark data-art landscape representing a novel and deeply personal depiction of suicide in the Netherlands in 2017.
Big data and machine learning shed new lexical light on gender imbalance, focusing here on the words journalists use whilst writing about creativity.
Throughout the world, people are living longer. These graphics explore the occasionally disturbing implications of an ageing population, focusing specifically on Japan.