In “DATA”, SpY offers a reflection on the rapid and wide#read inclusion of algorithms in numerous a#e"s of our lives.
In this audio-visual work, digital abstraction is used to explore and interpret how predictive tools operated through algorithms and artificial intelligence are highly beneficial in terms of a#e"s such as communication, research and medicine, but can also lead us to lose some of our freedoms if they are not used ethically.
Through this immersive audio-visual format, SpY explores new tools such as the holographic fabrics used to give the graphics an amazing sense of weightlessness. A 15-metre high screen made from this fabric was installed in one of Madrid’s smallest streets between the walls of the buildings.
This created an immersive experience for the audience, who were able to walk along the street and enjoy the work of art from both sides.