What are the cultural, social, and ethical futures of big data?
Big Bang Data
Instagram, Twitter and Transport for London live data presented as a wash of code in Tekja’s ‘London Data Streams’ (2015)
Ana was also the curatorial advisor for ‘Data for the Common Good’, a new section of the exhibition exploring data as a commons and reimagining our relationships with big data. Exploring data transparency for advocacy, activism and socio-ecological transformation, Data for the Common Good also presented speculative work that reimagined futures of data ownership. Ana was also responsible for the commissioning, scoping and production development of a range of new, digital artist commissions. In addition, Ana led technical advisory, digital and technology planning, and interpretive approaches for the exhibition for Somerset House.
Client: Somerset House
Big Bang Data was originally produced by the CCCB (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona)