After hosting the exhibition in Barcelona, Madrid, Buenos Aires and London, the Big Bang Data exhibition has now reached the ArtScience Museum in Singapore. More than 150,000 people have already visited this exhibition which explores how this datafied world affects us all, via works by artists, designers, innovators and thinkers.
Big Bang Data is a project commissioned by Olga Subirós and José Luis de Vicente which explores the recent phenomenon of the explosion of data in which we are immersed. Over the last five years in the academic and scientific sectors, governmental administrations, business and cultural sectors, a generalised awareness has occurred of the fact that generating, processing and interpreting data is radically changing our society.
What stands out in this exhibition is the increasing ease of data storage and processing, the creation of consumer and behaviour patterns. Creators such as, Christopher Baker, Chris Jordan, Ingo Gunther, Erik Kessels, Aaron Koblin y Eric Fischer participate in this exhibition, as well as researchers, activists, designers, educators, analysts, cartographers, engineers, economists, architects, communicators, programmers and journalists, amongst others.