Violence has always been a part of life, but as times change, it occupies new spaces. And very often, these new environments are invisible to our eyes.
730 hours of violence is a month-long exercise in citizen interaction (730 hours) that takes the form of a collection of digital and analogue pieces. A collection based on data that tells human stories with the intention of opening a debate on violence and being a thermometer to measure the public's opinion and perception.
To this end, the exhibition has a physical space open to the public and a digital space where their interactions will be collected. This data from visitors will be analysed and will offer a collective vision of what is perceived as violence today.
Domestic Data Streamers is made up of several Elisava Alumni, including Pau García, co-director of the Master's Degree in Data and Design at Elisava. The collective is based in Barcelona but has carried out projects in more than 22 countries around the world in which they use data, art and research to stir consciences and provoke social change.