The representation of data from various and diverse sources allows us to read the city in other ways, but what are these ways? What can and do we want to look at? Do they allow us to observe inequalities and vulnerabilities, for example? But then, do we have the right data? Data reveal another city and look at its spaces in different ways: can we combine data and maps of active mobility, heat, income or age, public spaces, green spaces, available facilities?
Halfway between performance and conversation between people working with data and the city, we want to discover a rich, diverse and complex urban landscape. The overlapping of several points of view will accompany us on this journey.