surveillance, bias, control.
A body of research thematically centred on the relationship between facial detection, and the aesthetics of the body, in relation to networked data in the material city. During the process of facial detection, the system detects, dissects and reconstructs our bodies until the familiar body becomes an unfamiliar algorithmic version of our identities.
Media: Interactive immersive, facial detection, motion detection, data
The eyes have it; Academic talk, Centre of Digital Media Cultures, Digital Inequalities 2019,
Watching; Interactive exhibition, Constructed Geographies 2018/2019.