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11/04/20

Calm Technology IMPAKT Festival 2019 Panel discussion: Calm Technology Speakers: Olia Lialina, David Benqué & Cristina Cochior....

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27/01/20

There is one other aspect to Prineville that made it an ideal location for Facebook’s facility. In 1911, when railroads were...

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28/08/19

An article from the NYT Privacy Project on the The Racist History of Facial Recognition. Starting with early scientific facial...

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23/05/19

It’s easy to take for granted that you can send a picture to a friend without worrying about what device, browser, or operating...

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Nonhuman Photography: An Interview with Joanna Zylinska [PART II]

February 2019

In this second excerpt of her interview with Andrew Dewdney, Joanna Zylinska talks about representation and post-photography while she reflects on archival as well as institutional practices in the age of the Anthropocene. As she mentions: "I am trying to develop sets of relations between images and practices across time, across species, across technologies, and identify certain old tropes that are returning today. I would like to think that my mode of looking, which involves placing images along those deep-historical lines, is also a way of showing why photography matters".

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An interview with Morehshin Allahyari

September 2017

Maria Rosario Montero interviews Morehshin Allahyari on the occasion of the latter's commission 'She Who Sees the Unknown: Ya'Jooj Ma'Jooj' at The Photographers' Gallery Media Wall (2017). Allahyari discusses digital colonialism as a core concept in her work as well as the agency of feminist and activist practices using 3D scanning, 3D printing and storytelling.

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22/05/17

She Who Sees the Unknown, Ya’jooj Majooj Artist Moreshin Allahyari who works with 3D scanning and printing and Iranian...

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