privacy

Invisible audiences drive the success and failures of mediated social life. Before we rush to further network our private and public spaces we should consider this radical cultural shift. Some lessons can be learned from a recent ambiguous website and an old ambiguous book.


work by Liu Bolin

 

Greetings from ISEA2010 RUHR in Dortmund, Germany, where I'm exhibiting the Sentient City Survival Kit, developed during a joint residency between Eyebeam and V2_ Intstitute for the Unstable Media, Rotterdam. The exhibition is curated by Andreas Broeckmann and Stefan Riekeles.

On Friday, August 27 at 3:00pm in the RWE Tower Gallery I'll be presenting as part of V2's Test_Lab session, where this summer's resident artists will perform and demonstrate their work in a hands-on way.

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Ignoring my grandma… friending my enemies… WTF? Is it even reasonable to expect social media to reflect the depth our social life? And when it fails, what do we stand to lose? (+ tips & hacks)


Facebook, in a rare instance of honesty

 
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Please Rob Me: The Dangers Of Location Based Services
Aiming to highlight the potential dangers of location-based services, website "Please Rob Me" features a running list of Twitter users declaring they're not home.

 
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