panel

Start Date: 
19 May 2015
Hours: 
7:00PM-9:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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In this discussion, we will consider how surveillance impacts communities and public discourse, and the way that dissent can thrive in a world under watch. We will talk about the human lives affected by surveillance and policing, focusing on communities in NYC and elsewhere. In this panel we will discuss strategies and tactics for activists and offer critical perspectives on solutions.

This event will have on-site CART (Communication Access Real-Time Translation) service thanks to our sponsor MailChimp.

Panelists: Kade Crockford, Ingrid Burrington, Bina Ahmad and Raven Rakia

 

 

 
People: Ingrid Burrington, Joanne McNeil, Kade Crockford, Raven Rakia
Tags: discussion, new topics, panel

Artists Discover the Art of Crunching Numbers
By V.L. HENDRICKSON

Most artists want nothing to do with numbers, and they certainly don't want their work quantified in a spreadsheet. But several data pioneers are working to convince the city's art community that number-crunching isn't only a crucial tool—it's got sex appeal.

"There is mystery in data, anticipation, adventure, even sensory gratification," said Ian Moss, the research director of Fractured Atlas. "There's a whole world out there of numbers to explore, and we in the arts are just starting to map it out. To be involved in that effort is to feel like a pioneer, in a way..."

 

More viruses for the Gift Horse. Thanks to the docents of the San Jose Museum of Art and also the ZERO1 volunteers, we finished off 100 viruses today.

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Start Date: 
9 Jun 2005
Hours: 
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Please join us for a panel discussion on synesthesia in conjunction with the exhibition What Sound Does A Color Make?. viewing and reception for the exhibition

 
People: Eugenie Shinkle, Patricia Duffy, Lawrence Marks, Mary McGuinness
Tags: perception, panel, event, cognition
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