Cyber In Securities exhibition at Washington Project for the Arts, DC

CYBER IN SECURITIES curated by Lisa Moren

August 30 – September 27, 2013

Pepco Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC

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Cyber In Securities at Pepco Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC. Left: Stranger Visions by Heather Dewey-Hagborg. Right (back): Parent Folder by WhiteFeather. Photo courtesy of Washington Project for the Arts.

CYBER IN SECURITIES explores data collection and imaging surveillance practices in the United States, 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.

Participating artists: Birgit Bachler, Walter Langelaar, Owen Mundy, and Tim Schwartz; Channel TWo (CH2): Adam Trowbridge and Jessica Westbrook, with Jesus Duran; Heather Dewey-Hagborg; Hasan Elahi; The Force of Freedom with Dave Young; Taylor Hokanson; Ricarda McDonald and Donna Szoke; Lexie Mountain; Preemptive Media; David Rokeby; Julia Kim Smith; and WhiteFeather.

WhiteFeather’s multidisciplinary piece, Parent Folder, was included in this high profile group exhibition.

Downloadable pdf of the exhibition catalogue (including curatorial essay) here.

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Parent Folder by WhiteFeather, installed as part of Cyber In Securities, curated by Lisa Moren. Image courtesy of Washington Project for the Arts.

Article (Washington Post): Fall gallery shows: ‘Cyber In Securities’, ‘Silver Clouds’, ‘This is Labour’ – “The Washington Project for the Arts’ “Cyber In Securities” should be one of the fall’s most discussed local exhibitions.”

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