[NetBehaviour] Data bodies: You are my data symposium | Watermans

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Data bodies: You are my data symposium | Watermans

Saturday, 14 November 2015 from 11:00 to 16:00 (GMT)

Data bodies: You are my data symposium

Data Bodies Symposium updated link with all speakers confirmed: Anna
Dumitriu, Maria Sourbati (U of Brighton), Emilie Giles & Alan Waldock,
Sarah T Gold, James Connelly (U of Hull), Perry Keller (King's College),
Daphne Dragona, Marc Garrett and Blast Theory! To be chaired by Phil
Hammond (LSBU) and yours truly. Saturday 14 November @ Watermans, as part
of Being Human festival of the humanities, free admission -book now!

Though social networks are at the heart of how we live, circulating
knowledge and fostering innovation, they are also closely monitored,
leading to hyper-centralised forms of surveillance. This symposium studies
how people contribute to ‘a permanent capture of life into data’ through
daily routines of surfing, shopping, and lifelogging. It will bring
together artists, academics, technologists and users, to instigate public
debate around issues of privacy in relation to big data capture, raise
awareness regarding the scale and applications of those phenomena, propose
ways of responding to loss of privacy, and consider avenues for resistance
to the risks of self-quantification.

Chaired by Dr Maria Chatzichristodoulou aka Maria X and Prof. Phil Hammond
(London South Bank University)

Speakers: Nick Tandavanitj (Blast Theory), Anna Dumitriu, Sarah T Gold,
Marc Garrett (Furtherfield), Daphne Dragona (Transmediale), Dr Maria
Sourbati (University of Brighton), Dr Perry Keller (King's College), Emilie
Giles and Alan Waldock, Prof. James Connely (University of Hull).

Part of Watermans' Digital Performance Weekender, Saturday 14 & Sunday 15
November: http://watermans.ticketsolve.com/shows/873541456/events

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