Data + Art: Art and science in the age of information

This is a exhibit I curated for the Pasadena Museum Of California Art in partnership with friend Dan Goods. We were interested in the various and sometimes unconventional approaches to finding meaning in data. If you had walked into the gallery, you would have seen our short description below.

"Every Moment data is collected, filtered, organized, searched, visualized, sniffed, filed, archived, and forgotten. the following artists and scientists explore these aspects of data in new and beautiful ways - some for the sake of understanding, others for personal expression. By combing through the vast amount of information collected every moment, they reveal to us the hidden stories about the natural world and the human condition."

Curated by Dan Goods and David Delgado


LA Times
Boston Globe

Originally conceived for:
The Pasadena Museum of California Art

For details on the exhibition, please contact me here