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 and its citizens, workers and visitors? During the Qatar British Festival at the Library, Naho Matsuda’s artwork Every Thing Every Time will draw on data streams generated by the many things and events that happen each day in this city. Visit the artwork at the Library to see poetry is written in real-time and revealed on a mesmerizing mechanical display.
Date: 22 – 28 November 2019
Time: During the Library's opening hours
Language: Arabic and English
Target Audience: General public
This is an open event; RSVP is not required
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