Big Bang Data at Somerset House. Until 20 March 2016
World Processor, Ingo Günther 1989-2012 ©Knechtel Fotography
Discover how the phenomenon of the data explosion has radically transformed our society and culture Big Bang Data, a major exhibition at Somerset House.
Focussing on the exponential growth of data in the last five years, it examines the way data is organised, used and interpreted, and the huge questions it poses for governments, business and the individual. As well as explaining current state of the art systems in data collection and surveillance, the exhibition places the subject in an historical trajectory and presents a broad variety of art and data visualisation projects that aim to make the subject and the issues it raises transparent and compelling.
|Adult Ticket:||From £12.50 (RUB1,335.50) per ticket|
|Concession Ticket:||From £9.50 (RUB1,014.98) per ticket|
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