Unsettling Surveillance

Contingent Systems: Art and/as Algorithmic Critique Symposium

Contingent Systems: Art and/as Algorithmic Critique is a bi-weekly panel series that explores critical intersections between creative practice and algorithmic culture. Each panel brings together interdisciplinary artists and scholars to examine in greater detail a theme aligned with the corresponding exhibition. Paper presentations will be followed by a moderated discussion period and Q&A.

November 12, 2021: Unsettling Surveillance

Lauren Lee McCarthy | On Someone
Felipe Rivas San Martín | Post-Algorithmic Strategies A Queer Critique of Discourse in Scientific Images
Dr. Bill Balaskas | What Happens ‘Before the Bullet Hits the Body’: Dismantling Predictive Policing through Public Art

All symposium panels will be hosted via Zoom. Connect via the link provided above.

Visit the Illingworth Kerr Gallery for the "Contingent Systems" Exhibition curated by AUArts Faculty Ashley Scarlett and Lisa Lipton.