We look at the cases of Bellingcat and Forensic Architectures, two approaches to digital culture that attempt to rescue critical thinking through the use of open-source tools from the attention economy.
Open mapping communities in Africa show how it is possible, through open data, to contribute to social development in places that government and businesses do not reach.
The internet allows public institutions to become more transparent and porous, but the transformation has only just begun.
What opportunities does it present, and what are the challenges facing cultural organisations as they adapt to meet the needs of audiences in the 21st century?
With good management and legal and political regulation, the internet and digital culture may significantly reduce the depletion of the natural ecosystem.
Wikidata is a new step forward in the democratisation of access to information.
Videos from the Data Journalism and Open Data Conference lectures hold at CCCB on June 5th 2015.
José Luis de Vicente
_BIG BANG DATA is an exhibition about the ‘datafication’ of the world curated by José Luis de Vicente and Olga Subirós with ZZZINC activities management.
For the cultural institutions, offering open data may become a new form of dialogue that promotes commitment and innovation.
Data Journalism offers readers data visualisation and processing in order to explain the news in a clear and understandable way.