For Activists

  • Inside the NYPD’s Surveillance Machine

    Inside the NYPD’s Surveillance Machine

    Amnesty International (INT), Superposition (NL)

    Inside the NYPD’s Surveillance Machine is an interactive data visualization revealing the shocking reach of facial recognition technology in New York. The experience allows users to plot a walking route through New York City and discover how much of this route might be exposed to surveillance through facial recognition.



    Masatane Muto (JP), Dentsu Lab Tokyo (JP)

    There are many people who have not been players due to their disabilities. But the idea for one person can be a powerful force to move the world forward, just like the alleged inventor of the typewriter who built it in order to communicate with a blind friend. Our challenge is to shift the social…

  • VFRAME: Computer Vision for OSINT / OSI Research

    VFRAME: Computer Vision for OSINT / OSI Research

    Adam Harvey (US), Josh Evans (US), Jules LaPlace (US)

    VFRAME is a computer vision project that develops open source image processing software and neural network models for human rights related research and conflict zone monitoring.

  • Pollinator Pathmaker 

    Pollinator Pathmaker 

    Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg (GB)

    Pollinator Pathmaker is an artwork for pollinators, planted and cared for by humans. Created in response to human-made ecological damage, the work is a one-of-a-kind experiment in interspecies art. Bees, butterflies, moths, wasps, beetles, and other pollinators are essential for many plants to reproduce and our ecosystems to flourish.



    Taiye Ojo (NG)

    Although widely referenced in popular culture as a victim of Big Oil, corruption and pollution, Ogoniland remains one of the most beautiful and biodiverse ecosystems in the world. However, chronic oil spillages and waste dumping is turning Ogoniland into a living hell for millions of its indigenes.

  • Laboratory of Confidence

    Laboratory of Confidence

    Open Commons Linz (AT), IKT Linz GmbH (AT), Stadtbibliothek Linz (AT)

    Do you want to develop your talents and skills in the field of technology and media and shape your projects for a better future? Then the Laboratory of Confidence is the right place for you. With us, you can turn creative and put your ideas into practice. It does not matter if you already have…

  • Where is a place for me to sleep in peace?

    Where is a place for me to sleep in peace?

    Ma Ei (MM)

    The recent coup in our country has caused significant disruption to our democracy, leaving many citizens in distress. Our situation is dire and we cannot achieve a peaceful resolution alone. I do not dare to expect basic human rights and equality from the world where there is not a single place to sleep peacefully at…

  • !Habesi


    Indigene Corefio |Huuke Harris (ZA), /Xam Sam Fortuin (ZA), Xopher Wallace (ZA), Dr Diana Ferrus (ZA), Sthando Masuku (ZA), Elder Nkosenathi Koela (ZA)

    !Habesi is a multi-disciplinary exhibition of fine art, poetry, photography, indigenous instrumentation and augmented reality intended to highlight the multiple genocides, epistemicides and acts of violence inflicted on indigenous communities everywhere. !Habesi is a creative exploration intended to highlight indigenous land rights in South Africa and the world. !Habesi venerates a living archive and consciousness…

  • Space Messengers

    Space Messengers

    Agnes Chavez (US), STEMArts Lab (US), OMAI (AT), Space Messengers Collective

    Space Messengers is a participatory mixed reality installation that visualizes thought-provoking reflections on the universe, encouraging participants to contemplate their role within it. Space Messengers evolved from an interdisciplinary and international collaboration among artists, scientists, interdisciplinary experts and youth ambassadors.



    Špela Petrič (SI), Studio Teratope (NL)

    AIxxNOSOGRAPHIES is a participatory art-research framework looking into medical AI with the intention of contextualizing critically the transition in healthcare we are currently undergoing. Through collective methodologies such as performative ethnographies, AI infrastructure mappings and video documentation, the project invites the wider audience to better understand the new body biopolitics.