Big Data & the Art of Storytelling

Contemporary urban life is increasingly based on two parallel cities, one physical (visible) and one digital (invisible). As more and more layers overlap, understanding how urban technologies can foster humanity in the invisible city becomes more important. In response, artists, writers and tech developers, like Coney and Pan Studio are working to do just that in cities around the world. Read more about their creative storytelling.

Dameun Kim

Dameun Kim is an urban planner. She aims to connect different aspects of city planning through her interdisciplinary experience in planning and engineering. Her interests in adaptation strategies to climate change and physical planning led her to Vancouver, after her prolonged expedition in three continents.

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