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Master filmmaker debuts big data film at ArtScience Museum

Photo Credit: ArtScience Museum

Photo Credit: ArtScience Museum

The ArtScience Museum recently announced the Asian premiere of a new film about big data by celebrated filmmaker, Werner Herzog. You may remember that back in May, the ArtScience Museum unveiled a new exhibition that imagines the abstract concept of big data in a visual and thought-provoking spectacle.

Adding to this experience is a free screening of Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World from now till November. This playful yet chilling examination of our interconnected digital lives features interviews from tech giants like Elon Musk and Lawrence Krauss.
One can expect a nuanced exploration on high-tech topics like the glories of connectivity, coupled with the unchecked possibilities of artificial intelligence.

“By hosting the Asian premiere of Lo and Behold by Werner Herzog, alongside Big Bang Data, ArtScience Museum is affirming our commitment to curating world-class programmes that break new ground, and generate discussion around contemporary issues, such as the digital revolution.”
- Honor Harger, Executive Director of ArtScience Museum

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