Since Edward Snowden revealed how everything and everyone is constantly monitored and how personal data is stored and analysed, we are more conscious than ever before of the internet as a surveilled space. But most of us do not possess the techniques and skills to recognise or understand online surveillance.

Thursday Night: Paolo Cirio on Surveilling Surveillers by The New Institute

Thursday Night: Paolo Cirio on Surveilling Surveillers

Paolo Cirio

Paolo Cirio works with information systems that impact the dynamics of social structures. Cirio's artworks investigate fields such as privacy, copyright, economy and democracy affected by communication networks. He shows his conceptual works through prints, installations, videos, online performances and interventions in the public space. Cirio has exhibited in international museums and institutions and has won numerous prestigious awards. His artworks have been covered by hundreds of media outlets.

Reading Room

The Reading Room is a series of evening exploring contemporary forms of reading. It is a place to decipher and interpret the world with its countless languages, signs and systems, including ideas and things that are hard to identify, let alone read. Guided by a researcher, designer or scholar, a small audience will reflect upon a text, a design, an object or a series of images. This is an evening of intimate and provocative conversations.

 

date
26/11/2015
time
20:00 – 22:00
language
English
 
location

Het Nieuwe Instituut
Museumpark 25
3015 CB Rotterdam