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Big Bang Data exhibition at Somerset House

I can’t recommend this exhibition enough to any students who are interested in computer science, social geography and art. It is on until the end of March so you can easily head to it during the February half-term holidays, catching the train to Waterloo you just walk down to South Bank, cross over to Embankment and then wander along the river for about 5 minutes to Somerset House. 199 more words

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Big Bang Data Exhibition Review

The Big Bang Data exhibition is a huge and diverse piece of exhibit that shows the dynamics of data usage. Located in the Somerset House at the heart of London, the building welcomes visitors with its welcoming environment. 733 more words


TINTIN: Hergé's Masterpiece | fivethreeninety

A few weeks ago I visited the Tintin exhibition at Somerset House in London. The exhibition coincides with the release of the book by the same name, … 572 more words

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TINTIN: Hergé’s Masterpiece/The Mysteries of Marlinspike Hall (Terrace Rooms, Somerset House, 12 November 2015-31 January 2016)

Toward the end of this exhibition is a photograph of Hergé and Andy Warhol. 999 more words


#exhibitionmission Week 1: Big Bang Data

Welcome to #ExhibitionMission – the very ambitious challenge I set myself, to see an exhibit every week of the year. That’s 52 exhibits, covering anything from permanent collections (only if I haven’t seen it before), special event exhibits (big and small) and hopefully fitting in those smaller and lesser-know museums and galleries around London. 512 more words

Laura In London

#BigBangData at Somerset House

When we say the word “data”, what do we think of?

Dry columns of numbers?

Google Analytics?


Whatever it is, it’s probably not works of art. 519 more words

Mark Bonington