‘Similar Diversity’ is an information graphic based on the principles of generative design, which opens up a new perspective at the topics religion and faith by visualising the Holy Books of five world religions. Communalities and differences of Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism are shown in this data visualisation.

The visual’s basis is an objective text analysis of the Holy Scriptures and works without any interpretations from the creators’ side. Despite – or even because of this abstraction, the artworks are not only working on an informal, but also on an emotional level. The viewers should be inspired to think about own prejudices and current religious conflicts.

The installation was realised with Processing and vvvv.