Roca London Gallery to host exciting new exhibition

Roca London Gallery can always be relied on to produce exciting and innovative exhibitions – and their next will be exactly that.  ‘The Data and Life of Great Future Cities’ will look at how personal data could be the key to better urban design.  Working with the MIT Senseable City Lab, the exhibition will explore ‘Urban Computing’, an emerging field combining computer science and urban planning.

The exhibition will be officially opened with an evening talk on Monday 17th September.   The event, which is part of London Design Festival, will include an introduction by Eva Woode from Studio Woode, the exhibition curators, who will be followed by Fabio Duarte, Research Scientist, MIT Senseable City Lab.

The opening event is 18.30 – 20.30 on 17thSeptember.  RSVP here:    The exhibition runs from 15thSeptember 2018 to 26thJanuary 2019.

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