THE INVISIBLE VIEW: SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGIES & THE REST OF US

Installation and Public Video Projection, 2014
La MaMa Galleria + Culture Hub

From selfies to google maps, drones to Facebook - we are surrounded by technologies that converts our lives into algorithmic data. Our faces, bodies, likes and dislikes, friends, families, and even death become a means of categorization, representation, voyeurism, and expectation.

In an age when our ability to see each other is coded with multiple meanings (infrared imaging, facial recognition technology, race and gender profiling, social media activity) - how does the act, technology, and data of “seeing” impact our interaction with each other and the world around us?

Co-Curator: Anna Barsan








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