Today the spaces we move in are extended by digital infrastructures that tracks us by default. Surveillance has become ordinary. Conducted by not only state actors, but also commercial actors and embedded in the digital and physical architecture and atmospheres of our everyday lives. This seminar sets out to explore the atmospheres and infrastructures of surveillance: How do spaces of surveillance evolve? What kind of atmospheres are generated by infrastructures of surveillance? How do they shape our everyday experiences? What are the cultural and social implications? What are the political implications? What is the role of technologists, artist, and designers?
Registration is open for all, but please sign up here by March 16.
The seminar is organized by the Surveillance, Information Ethics and Privacy Research group at the Department of Information Studies, University of Copenhagen