Joana Moll is an artist and researcher based in Barcelona. Her work critically explores the way post-capitalist narratives affect the alphabetization of machines, humans and ecosystems. Her main research topics include environmental impact of communication technologies, Internet infrastructures, surveillance and language. She has presented her work in several venues and publications around the world. Furthermore, she is a member of the transdisciplinary research project Antiatlas des Frontières and co-founder of The Institute for the Advancement of popular automatisms. Currently she is a researcher in residence at HANGAR and a visiting lecturer at VIT lab in Vic, Barcelona. Her work is available at janavirgin.com.
AZ: MOVE AND GET SHOT
A net-based work created entirely by algorithms that have been automatically collecting images of six surveillance cameras placed on the US/Mexico Border from 2011 until 2014.