Data Weaving as Cultural Text was a workshop with Scopelab at UCLA Design Media Arts in 2017. Nine participants explored data visualizations with code to discuss weaving as a method to exit information programmed with the computer. Each member of the workshop used data crime data from Data.gov against immigrants and the Latinx community since the Trump presidency, such as hate crime, victim race, victim sex, place, offender race, offender sex, and motivation to produce lines, text, motion, and color. They were prompted to create glitches to release their data, The final result was a data quilt of their findings.