The RiskTalk batik installation at the National University of Singapore depicts trends in mentions of risk-related topics in popular written media from 1810 to 2009, based on computational linguistic analysis. Supported by 5 structural columns, the installation is 6.5 feet tall, 16 feet wide, and 10 feet deep. The top is a rectangular grid of metal cables from which the batik pieces are hung. Displayed along the width of the structure is a timeline that covers every decade from 1810 to 2009. Along the depth of the installation are batik strips depicting the 20 most-mentioned risk-related topics in 4 color-coded categories (health risks [red], nonhealth risks [blue], risk actions [green], and risk concepts [yellow]). Visitors can walk in and through the installation and are encouraged to discuss the risk-related topics.
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