Musician Kaki King’s daughter suffers from a condition (Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura) where her body attacks her own platelets, which leads to spontaneous bruising and burst blood vessels. In coping with the stress as a parent who can only do so much for her suffering child, King collaborated with information designer Giorgia Lupi.
The result: a mix of personal data collection, reflection, music, and data art entitled Bruises — The Data We Don’t See.
Watch the full piece below:
Love Lupi’s continuous path towards less sterile data.