Our stories, visualized
In May 2019 I had the honor to give a TEDx talk at TEDx Verona and I visualized some audience's data.
Talk link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_RvGJFMK_sg.
During the speech I talked about my experience as Information Designer and about a personal event that had a certain impact on my life and also on my career. I've also wrote about it in English here: I’m a Visual Designer whose sight is not perfect anymore.
I've then shared the process and the reasons behind one of the personal projects I'm most fond of, The Stories Behind a Line. The project shows the complex and painful experiences lived by six asylum seekers arrived in Italy in 2016.
Everyone has is own line and is own story and before the talk I've asked the audience a few data about 3 significant places in their lives + a city they'd like to visit, so as to draw a small fragment of their lines. I then visualized such lines.
These elements are significant to me because they give voice to people. And I really would like to keep on working on this aspect.
You can watch the complete talk here!