In the digital age, data surrounds us, nowhere more so than in our cities. What kind of stories can urban data tell about a city, its citizens, its workers and its visitors? During the Qatar British Festival, EVERY THING EVERY TIME will draw on data streams generated by the many things and events happening each day in this city. Watch as poetry is written in real-time and revealed on a split-flap display.
The artwork investigates concepts of the ‘Smart City’, urging deeper reflection on the role of data in our lives, personal privacy and our place in future cities.
EVERY THING EVERY TIME is an artwork by Naho Matsuda, and produced by FutureEverything. With thanks to Dan Hett, RASKL and Paul Angus.
Dates & Locations:
|18 - 21 November 2019||Katara Cultural Village, Al Hikmah Courtyard (Fountain between building 12 and 16)|
|22 - 28 November 2019||Qatar National Library|