, Yorgos Prinos
, Pasqua Vorgia
, et al.Grid Office, Alexander Strecker, Christos Carras, Eduardo Cadava, Jean-Luc Nancy, Tom Cohen, Rosalind Morris, Zahid Chaudhary, [3 More...]
In the present moment, we use machines to capture almost everything we see; at the same time, we are constantly being photographed by machines without our consent or awareness. Our faces, emotions, habits, beliefs, and data are being collected, stored, and valued in massive and invisible ways, serving warfare, surveillance, global capital, and risk management systems whose aim is to predict the future and produce profit. Our world sometimes feels like a crystal ball, absorbing its surroundings and projecting its predetermined plan back at us. Meanwhile, digital images have become both omnipresent and invisible, rendering inward reflection difficult and threatening ...