Serra no sabe nada, y expone, e infiere, sobre lo que no sabe. Pero, por favor, y antes de que se me malinterprete: Serra ignora todo cuanto ignoramos o preferimos ignorar (excepto a los canallas). Su lógica es patafísica, pero es lógica. Desemboca en los atolladeros de la lógica, que se resuelven en el disparate o la melancolía. Pero Serra no intenta ser disparatado, sino mostrarnos espejos. Espejos que reflejan espejos. Espejos deformantes o espejos fidedignos, que prolijamente registran las protuberancias cuasi monstruosas que llamamos vida…






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'Vida Sexual de Una Pareja Estable'
Big Bang Data Singapur 
ArtScience Museum
Singapur, 21 de mayo al 16 de octubre del 2016



The amount of data that the world generates on a daily basis - from emails, selfies, Google searches and online purchases - is almost astronomically vast. How do we begin to understand the stories being told by the data revolution, when there is so much data already and more being created every second?

Experience data in a whole new light at ArtScience Museum's upcoming Big Bang Data exhibition. Through a series of thought-provoking data visualisation artworks, you'll gain new perspectives on the issues surrounding the rapid datafication of our world, and discover the ways in which our ever-expanding digital footprint is radically transforming our lives, our decisions, and the future of society itself.

Hailing from the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) in Spain, Big Bang Data is making its Asian premiere at ArtScience Museum on 21 May after travelling from Barcelona to Madrid, Buenos Aires, London, and Santiago. You'll experience a selection of artworks from its first edition in Barcelona, as well as new artworks from the showcase at Somerset House in London. ArtScience Museum has also specially curated a section of the exhibition to tell the story of Singapore’s unique relationship with data.

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