If you happen to be in Madrid next Thursday 13 October 2016, join us for the opening of the exhibition ‘Ciudad Invisible‘ at CentroCentro. We will be also celebrating the six nominations to the UN Habitat III Cityvis Awards and the two recent AJAC X Prize!
‘Ciudad Invisible‘ focuses on maps, one of the main instruments that has been historically used to represent territories. In recent years, the raise of different techniques of representation, Internet and new technologies has opened a field of experimentation converting maps into powerful visualization exercises, instruments of social transformation, tools of analysis, knowledge repositories or learning environments.
Among other mapping projects of the city of Madrid, we will be contributing to the exhibition with two pieces: ‘Economic networks‘ (developed for BBVA Data & Analytics) and ‘Stone and Flesh‘, that has been developed ad hoc.
‘Ciudad Invisible’ (14 October 2016- 8 January 2017) is part of the series of exhibitions ‘Concentrador’, curated by Inés Caballero for CentroCentro (Plaza de Cibeles, 1, Madrid).