CODE addresses our lack of agency over the digital platforms and devices we are so dependent on, and how Big Tech companies and governments violate or neglect our digital rights. In this panel artists and other participants will present their thought-provoking or subversive projects addressing themes like surveillance, the use of artificial intelligence, face recognition technologies and the power of lobbyists.
The projects presented in CODE call on politicians and policymakers to take action, inform themselves, protect our rights, curb the power of Big Tech and set better ethical standards for the use of technology.
Arjon Dunnewind (NL)
Omar Adel (DE)
Pauline Vantilt (NL)
Anastasiia Belousova (DE)
Katia Sophia Ditzler (DE)
Funda Zeynep Ayguler (DE)
Projects and artists participating:
Anastasiia Belousova (DE), Pauline Vantilt (NL), Shruthi Venkat (NL)
Logging into identity
Omar Adel (DE), Swaeny Nina Kersaan (NL), Anya Shchetvina (DE)
Surveillance and Predictability
Michaela Stubbers (BE), Bart Vandeput (BE), Fanny Zaman (BE)
Funda Zeynep Ayguler (DE), Katia Sophia Ditzler (DE), Vo Ezn (NL), Elena Falomo (DE), Guillaume Slizewicz (BE)
Greeshma Chauhan (NL), Arina Kapitanova (DE), Deniz Kurt (NL), Michael Zerba (NL), Xsenofemme (Ginevra Petrozzi (NL), Ines Borovac (NL))
CODE 2022 is realized with the support of the Creative Industries Fund NL, City of Utrecht, Democracy and Media Fund, Fonds Soziokultur, Cultural Participation Fund, the Dutch Embassy in Belgium (Brussels), the Dutch Embassy in Germany (Berlin) and the Goethe Institut.