Safecast at DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague

Back in early 2014 we were contacted by curators from the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB), who said they wanted to include Safecast in a large exhibition called Big Bang Data. That exhibition opened in May 2014, and since then has traveled to Madrid, Buenos Aires, London, Santiago, Singapore, Lima, and Mexico City.  It opened last week at the DOX – Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague and will run through August 14th of this year.  Other artists and projects in the show include:

Horst Ademeit, Timo Arnall, Christopher Baker, David Bowen, James Bridle, Paolo Cirio, Brendan Dawes, FabLab BCN, Gemma Galdón, Ingo Günther, Jonathan Harris, Erik Kessels, Aaron Koblin, Manuel Lima, Georgia Lupi & Stefanie Posavec, Mapa kriminality, Jonathan Minard, Na ovoce, Near Future Laboratory, Florence Ninghtingale, Max Schrems, John Snow, Michal Šimonfy, Tam venku, Tekja, TeleGeography, The Public Laboratory, Umbrellium

Big Bang Data is ambitious, entertaining, and informative, and Safecast is happy to be included. Please get out to see it!

More information about Big Bang Data in Prague.

 

About the Author

Azby Brown

Azby Brown is Safecast's lead researcher and primary author of the Safecast Report. A widely published authority in the fields of design, architecture, and the environment, he has lived in Japan for over 30 years, and founded the KIT Future Design Institute in 2003. He joined Safecast in mid-2011, and frequently represents the group at international expert conferences.