Art and data to reflect on digital inequality
In a mock-up of a classical art museum, the exhibition “Museum of digital inequality” links the analogue and digital worlds through six pieces which talk about inequality and new technologies.
This performance is an invitation for you to reflect on the digital divide through art and data. The exhibition is on at Ca l’Alier and can be visited in person or online.
The Digital Divide in the City of Barcelona
The recently published report “The Digital Divide in the City of Barcelona 2020” (Spanish), produced by Barcelona City Council and the Fundació BIT in conjunction with Mobile World Capital Barcelona, analyses the digital divide in the city and the impact the pandemic has had on the use of information and communication technologies (ICT).
While the divide has been reduced in recent years in terms of internet connections across income levels in Barcelona, the health crisis has highlighted inequalities in ICT use and access to teleworking and online schooling. You can find the results of the report here.
Exhibition “Museum of digital inequality”
Pere IV, 362
Opening times: Monday to Friday, 10 am to 7 pm.
Free admission. Individuals and bubble groups may visit in person, but restrictions on capacity apply.
“Museum of digital inequality” (Spanish)