Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Democratization of Surveillance

Anyone remember this scene in Minority Report? The year in the film was 2037. We may be closer than most people realize to this sort of advertising. There’s a nice article in the Sunday Times business section on facial recognition … Continue reading

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Plazm 20 Years of Art & Design retrospective opens at the Archer Gallery

We just finished installing this show out at the Archer Gallery in Clark College. Thanks to all the students and interns who helped mount this thing. Some photos of the install are posted here. I am doing a lecture on … Continue reading

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Artist As Activist: Politics + Creativity

Art can either instigate or reflect political movements, but once social change is accomplished, it’s hard to get the toothpaste back in the tube.  This Thursday the 10th at PNCA, New Yorker cartoonist Shannon Wheeler (author of Oil and Water … Continue reading

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