Posts Tagged: surveillance
SIGNALS – an Exhibition of the Snowden Files in Art, Media and Archives
SIGNALS – an Exhibition of the Snowden Files in Art, Media and Archives September 12-26, 2017 | DIAMONDPAPER Studio | Köpenicker Straße 96 | Berlin For more information see www.berlinergazette.de/signals SIGNALS is the first project to critically engage with artists responding to the NSA-files leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden. Considering the most relevant contexts in [...]
Art of Masks: Faceless at Mediamatic
I recently visited Mediamatic Factory in order to preview its “Faceless” exhibition, which included a tour by the curator. Parallel to the exhibition, various interesting events took place, amongst which: a Facial Weaponization Suite and Computer Security workshop, and an evening of lectures by various artists and theorists. Not untimely We all remember [...]
Enzensberger’s Rules for the Digital World: Defend Yourselves!
Published February 28th, 2014, in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Germany (original here). Unauthorized translation by Florian Cramer. Hans Magnus Enzensberger: Defend Yourselves! For those who aren’t nerds, hackers or cryptographers and have better things to do than keep up with the pitfalls of digitalization every hour, there are ten simple rules to resist exploitation and surveillance: [...]