In the digital age, data surrounds us, nowhere more so than in our cities. But what kind of stories can urban data tell about a city, its citizens and its visitors? And would we perceive our surroundings differently if we could experience this data in a different form?
We’re very excited to announce that Naho Matsuda’s EVERY THING EVERY TIME is heading to SXSW next month with British Underground’s Future Art and Culture Programme. Harnessing public art to explore the ‘Smart City’, EVERY THING EVERY TIME broadcasts poetry on a large mechanical display, urging deeper reflection on the role of data in our lives, personal privacy and our place in future cities.