Maps by 300.000 km/s are part of the Madrid Diversa exhibition held at CentroCentro in Madrid, and curated by Ariadna Cantis and Javier Peña. This project is exhibited from the 29th of September 2022 to the 29th of January 2023.
The exhibition analyses diversity as a distinctive feature of the city of Madrid in the contemporary context. In the current situation, in which cities tend to become standardised, to replicate commercial models and cultural structures, complexity transcends as a value in itself, as an identifying trait of urban life.
Museum of the History of Barcelona (MUHBA), Oliva Artés site permanent exhibition, atNight and Geographies of Innovation.
‘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.
Nocturnal landscapes at Instituto Cervantes Chicago
The exhibition Nocturnal Landscapes: Urban Flows of Global Metropolises, organized by MAS Context and the Instituto Cervantes of Chicago, observes and analyzes cities at night from an interdisciplinary perspective.
DataWar at Biennale di Venezia Collateral Events
Architecture Ukraine at Biennale di Venezia Collateral Events, Venice