Warning – Real Time Global Air Quality Display is an installation of ambient display that receives data from the internet about the air quality in 30 cities in 5 continents. The installation of these data is dynamically displayed on a screen and a physical structure through a lighting system (LED) located in a public space. The motivations for this project are digital aesthetics of climate change created by Pold, (2010), that means artworks in digital art involving the issue of the environment as a theme and the concept of eco-visualization curated by Holmes (2007) that can be defined as animations controlled by data that show any kind of environmental information in real-time.
Source: Rodrigo Medeiros. Warning – Real Time Global Air Quality Display (video)