Visual Arts Prof. Donna Szoke’s interactive media installation will be in an upcoming international exhibition in Washington, D.C., next month.
CYBER INSECURITIES explores data collection and imaging surveillance practices in the U.S., highlighting artists whose work makes visible experiences of tracking and being tracked in a digital age.
Revealing the tight collusion between data collection and interpretation, the exhibition will explore how automation and surveillance systems enhance our ability to see with ever increasing imaging and data parsing, while fallible biases – in governments and commercial agencies – determine long-term use of our personal information.
The exhibition is organized by Washington Project for the Arts and curated by Lisa Moren, professor of visual art, University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
CYBER INSECURITIES will be on display at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery, 702 8th St. NW, Washington, D.C., from
Aug 28 to Sept 27, 2013.