3 talks at SFPC (NY), MassArt and The MIT Media Lab (Boston)

I’ll be giving 3 talks this week on my short visit to New York and Boston. Tweet me if you might be around and would like to make it: AdNauseam and Obfuscation @ SFPC Monday, April 20th 3pm. School For Poetic Computation – 155 Rivington St., Floor 4, New York, NY 10002 As online advertising … Continue reading 3 talks at SFPC (NY), MassArt and The MIT Media Lab (Boston)

Slides for my “Conflict of Interface” talk at Eyebeam

Conflict of Interface (eng) from Mushon Zer-Aviv Originally presented at The Politics of Interface and Obfuscation a special event at Eyebeam, NYC on March 11th, 2014, together with Helen Nissenbaum (NYU) and moderated by Michael Connor (Rhizome). The internet, once associated with openness and decentralization, is increasingly understood in terms of control exerted by government … Continue reading Slides for my “Conflict of Interface” talk at Eyebeam

Radars & Fences / You Are Not Here / The Gaza Tunnel Trade

Radars & Fences III On Friday March 12th 2010 I will be participating at NYU’s Media Culture & Communications’ Radars & Fences III: Borders, Affect, Space (please RSVP and come). My friend Laila El-Haddad and I will present You Are Not Here – A Tour of Gaza Through the Streets of Tel Aviv, and we’ll … Continue reading Radars & Fences / You Are Not Here / The Gaza Tunnel Trade

Beyond Sharing: “Open Source Design” / Wordcamp NYC

Towards the discussion I will be leading on this subject at Wordcamp, this Saturday 11:30am I wanted to share with you this diagram I’m proposing for discussing the open source process and how might design be a part of it. What is the motivation model that have been perfected in open source coding? (especially in … Continue reading Beyond Sharing: “Open Source Design” / Wordcamp NYC