As part of this project we created an “Atlas of Offshore FDI” exploring financial relations between states through the flows of money from foreign direct investment (FDI). Its specificity is the effort to visualize the combinations and modifications of the flows of money for making sense of transnational economic activity as well as visual practices for representing uncertainty. While public data practices often emphasise and value the production of certainty , this project considers what data projects may learn from diverse cultures for visually representing, managing and articulating uncertainty.
It is a research project done in collaboration with the Tax Justice Network, a network of researchers and research centres, and the Public Data Lab. The experimental visual model is designed and developed by DensityDesign Research Lab.
For further details see:
- Mauri, M, Briones, Á, Gray, J., Haberly, D & Anderson, C 2021, Visualizing Offshore Foreign Direct Investments: The Atlas of Offshore. in Design Culture(s) Cumulus Conference Proceedings Roma 2021. pp. 1127-1143.