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  • Big data becomes a visual art exhibition
  • Big data becomes a visual art exhibition
    Somerset House (2015) ©

Big data becomes a visual art exhibition

How companies gather personal data is a big cause for concern. Whether through social media or browsing online, we’re constantly emitting data that's sold to marketers. In December 2015, an exhibition at Somerset House explored our relationship with data and how it impacts our world.



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