Arts & Culture

Seeing the Unseeable: Data, Design, Art

  • Thursday, Sep 19th, 2024 to Saturday, Feb 15th, 2025

The exhibition, catalog, and public programs are part of the Getty’s PST Art: Art & Science Collide.

This avant-garde exhibition investigates how contemporary art, design, and culture have responded to Big Data’s outsized role in modern life. Featuring the work of sixteen artists, designers, and collaborative teams working in an array of media, the show highlights works from the past two decades that occupy the intersection of quantitative information and innovative forms of expression. The works featured in the exhibition use data as a medium to form a thread throughout the show. For these artists, data serves as a prompt, much like a language, to communicate with the audience through novel means of discourse and experimentation.

This unique project aims to inspire discussion and stem debate that has been largely absent from mainstream conversations about Big Data’s impact.

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Photo Credit by order of image from left to right

Jenna Bascom, George Legrady, Linnéa Spransy, Seo Hyojung, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer


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  • Alyce De Roulet Williamson Gallery
  • 1700 Lida St
    Pasadena, CA 91103

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