Tag Archives: Occupy Wall Street

At the Free University, Education Á La Carte

Yesterday at the Free University Jimena, Marija and I were able to demo our game, Á La Carte, for the second time. We were all quite surprised by how well it went, especially considering the playing conditions were less than ideal. Yet despite the dampness and the lack of a flat surface, we were able […]

Continue Reading

crowd-sourced and swarm-based: how is privacy possible with cameras everywhere?

The need, or perception of the need, to protect identities of individuals captured in video footage is leading up to the production of near realtime video editing platforms such as Witness and The Guardian Project’s ObscuraCam. Yet, in what ways have photos and videos been used to pursue state action against individuals? What kind of challenge […]

Continue Reading

Event: Activist Tech Demo Day

From Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street, technology has played an important role in shaping contemporary resistance and the representation of these events in the media. What new tools of protest and occupation have emerged over the past year? The Urban Research Group @ Eyebeam and The Public School New York invite activists, technologists, artists, […]

Continue Reading