Neta Bomani is a worker who engages in social practices like oral history and direct action through organizing and making archives, writings, prints, zines, computational objects and workshops.

Ritu Ghiya is an artist who works as a designer and web developer. Her digital works involve retrieving and archiving personal and collective ephemera – in an attempt to channel the serendipity of the offline world.

We interviewed Ritu and Neta together because they recently collaborated on the website “Mask On Zone,” a mostly text-based protest guide focused around anti-surveillance.

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