Nicky Case’s presentations are as ingenious, compelling, and graphically rich 
as the visualizing tools and games he creates for understanding complex dynamic 

Case writes: “We need to see the non-linear feedback loops between culture, 
economics, and technology.  We need to see how collective behavior emerges from 
individual minds and motives.  We need new tools, theories, and visualizations 
to help people talk across disciplines.”

Case is the creator of: Parable of the Polygons (02014); Coming Out Simulator 
(02014); We Become What We Behold (02016); To Build A Better Ballot (02016); 
and LOOPY (02017).

"Seeing Whole Systems," Nicky Case, SFJAZZ Center, Hayes Valley, San Francisco, 
7pm, Monday, August 7.  The show starts promptly at 7:30pm.

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Oct 30 (Mon.) - Renee Wegrzyn, Engineering Gene Safety
Nov 20 (Mon.) - Elena Bennett, Seeds of a Good Anthropocene 
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