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  • symposium: Data Drama

    Data Drama.
    princeton NEW JERSEY

    On April 4–5 Liam Young hosts “Data Drama” at Princeton University School of Architecture. Across 2 days 20 speakers will come together to discuss the spatial possibilities and consequences of big data and the network.

    symposium: “Data Drama,” curated by Liam YOUNG.
    Friday, 04/04–Saturday, 04/05
    Betts Auditorium / Princeton SOA
    Princeton, New Jersey 08544

    [LIVE STREAM]

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    To accompany the presentations Andrew Blum, author of Tubes: A Journey to the Centre of the Internet, will be coordinating a field expedition through the wilds of New Jersey to visit a series of local data centres, critical engineer Julian Oliver will be running a workshop on the tools and tactics for asserting and defending civil liberties in the networked domain and the Princeton SOA Gallery will be screening a collection of live data visualisations from renowned media artists. The event is free and open to the public. (Although, please RSVPfor the workshop and field expedition.) For details head [HERE] where the event will also be live streamed.

    FRIDAY, 12:00 /// THE WEIGHT OF DATA
    Matt Jones [Interaction Design Director, Google Creative Lab and ex principle of BERG]
    Andrew Blum [author of Tubes: A Journey to the centre of the Internet]
    Neil Sheehan [Data centre Architect]
    Forest Meggers [Assistant Professor Princeton University School of Architecture]

    1000 – 1800 WORKSHOP WITH JULIAN OLIVER
    1330 FIELD EXPEDITION THROUGH NEW JERSEY
    1900 CONFERENCE DINER DINNER

    SATURDAY, 10:00 /// ANOTHER PUBLIC
    Kate Crawford [Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research and Visiting Professor, MIT Center for Civic Media]
    Usman Haque [Founder of Umbrellium and internet of things data infrastructure Pachube]
    Metahaven [Designers and Editors of Black Transparency: The right to know in the age of Mass Surveillance]
    Mario Carpo [Architectural Historian] Respondent

    WITH LIVE SCANNING DEMO BY SCANLAB

    SATURDAY, 11:30 /// DISTANCE IS DEAD: POST GEOGRAPHY AND THE NON STATE
    Benjamin Bratton [Director of The Center for Design and Geopolitics]
    James Bridle [Artist and founder Of Dronestagram and the New Aesthetic]
    Kevin Slavin [Founder of the Playful Systems group at MIT’s Media Lab]

    SATURDAY, 13:00 /// LUNCH BREAK- DATA DRAMA GALLERY

    SATURDAY, 14:00 /// ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES
    Joanne McNeil [Techno political Writer and Researcher]
    Adam Harvey [Countersurveillance fashion designer]
    Scanlab [Specialists in Large scale 3D laser scanning]
    Julian Oliver [critical engineer]
    Jeffrey Kipnis [Architectural critic and theorist, Professor OSU and Princeton University]- Respondent

    WITH COUNTER SURVEILLANCE MAKEOVER BY ADAM HARVEY

    SATURDAY, 16:30 /// DATA PROPHETS
    Tim Maughan [Science Fiction Author]
    Ivan Poupyrev [Project leader at Google’s Advance Technologies and Projects Division]
    Ben Lewis [Director of Google and the World Brain]

    WITH FILM SCREENING BY BEN LEWIS

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