In this world of ours, it is normal to feel overwhelmed by the amount of information, facts and data we encounter everyday - and the quantity we are generating every second continues to grow on an exponential basis. However, perhaps the problem isn't actually about the amount we have to digest, but rather the way in which we digest that information. Maybe we are expecting the world to follow this frenetic rhythm of data consumerism without taking into account what the human brain is actually capable of processing.
Nevertheless, we shouldn't lose hope. There are many people out there thinking about how this problem can be solved. And it is not necessarily what you might be thinking. What if we present data in a way that people really engage with it? Because, after all, let's not forget that in this cold and empirical world, emotions make it easier to establish bonds with people - and art is a key way to forget these emotional connections.