How might individuals or communities resist surveillance, data capture, planned obsolescence, compulsory connectivity and productivity and other impositions of “surveillance capitalism”? At what scale, or what level of the “network stack,” might they meaningfully intervene? How might their subjectivities inform the politics -- and particularly the risks -- or their resistant action?
This collection serves my Spring 2020 "Data Artifacts, Infrastructures, and Landscapes" seminar at The New School: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OzhAUKYAzpZ1saubQElIVggjvGz_yUFERZF7RERCVwQ/edit?usp=sharing
I'm grateful to all these folks for proposing projects: https://twitter.com/shannonmattern/status/1212599595177512960