What does this have to do with data?
In many ways, data is a mix of components, architecture, science and art. Like the towers and the Greenway itself, architecture is how the components of data are planned, integrated and used on a day to day basis. The science is reflective of using new techniques and tools to construct new connections of information, and the art is what makes new insights come alive in the bright sunlight.
Every firm deals with the components of data, one way or another. Examples include using multiple applications with similar, but different, sources and perhaps integrating the results in Excel.
More advanced organizations have an architecture in place to increase efficiency and accuracy of this data, from centralized reference data stores to data warehouses and data marts, they know the importance of controlling the structured information and providing data governance to ensure transparency.
Cutting edge firms are using Data Science and, yes, art to look at their internal business processes and interaction with the external world to shed new light and creativity on how to better compete. The current generation of business intelligence tools are the sketch pads, paint and easels of this data art movement, but even these tools need architecture and science to really make it come alive.