Data, art and new ways of understanding the world | Pau García | TEDxBarcelona





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Published on Jul 21, 2015

Big Data is becoming more important within our society. Graphics and databases do not transmit the importance nor the history of this data. With various examples that highlight the way visualization impacts people and the spectator.

Pau was born in June 1989. He graduated in Graphic Design. His current project is formed by a team of designers, programmers, engineers and psychologists that work in finding news ways of communicating data through a more human way.

The team works under the name of Domestic Data Streamers, who over a year and a half have managed to work in over eight countries consolidating their work as a point of reference at a national and international level. They have been awarded the City of Barcelona ward and they have worked with installations for entities such as the CCCB, the California Academy of Sciences, the Smart City Expo and the Black Rock Arts Foundation. Their objective is to tell stories from perspectives that numbers aren't able to reach.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx


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