Today is the last day to view ‘smart’ artwork

every thing every time, an artwork by Naho Matsuda, takes information from our interactions within the city to tell a new story about the people and the places of Manchester.

With the rise of the ‘Smart City’ asking important questions of what we want from the future, where do we see ourselves in it? As Manchester’s citizens interact with the city and open data is gathered from  sensors measuring weather, traffic and travel to more, a poem is generated, made anonymous and resonated in the artwork at Manchester Central Library and beyond.

every thing every time is a FutureEverything & FAULT LINES project commissioned by CityVerve. Supported with public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

It’s stint at Manchester Central Library comes to an end on Tuesday 8 August so be quick!

Stuart Goulden

Lead Consultant