Online Artist Talk - Digitale Kunst: Mushon Zer-Aviv

Normalization, Obfuscation and Designing Friction

This online artist talk is organized by the department of DIGITAL ARTS/Ruth Schnell

This is an online artist talk, please join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 965 7549 3616

The Normalizing Machine is an interactive installation that aims to teach a machine how does a “normal” person look like. Adnauseam is an ad blocker that clicks all ads obfuscating data and making surveillance and profiling efforts futile. Mushon will discuss these and other projects in the context of his current research on the question of friction.

Mushon Zer-Aviv is a designer, an educator and a media activist based in Tel Aviv. His love/hate relationship with data informs his design work, art pieces, activism, research, lectures, workshops & city life. Among Mushon’s collaborations, he is the CO-founder of Shual.com – a foxy design studio; YouAreNotHere.org – a tour of Gaza through the streets of Tel Aviv; Kriegspiel – a computer game version of the Situationist Game of War; the Normalizing Machine – exploring algorithmic prejudice; the AdNauseam extension – clicking ads so you don’t have to; and multiple government transparency and civic participation initiatives with the Public Knowledge Workshop; Mushon also designed the maps for Waze.com and led the design of Localize.city. Mushon is an alumni of Eyebeam – an art and technology center in New York. He teaches digital media as a senior faculty member at Shenkar School of Engineering and Design. Previously he taught new media research at NYU and Open Source design at Parsons the New School of Design and in Bezalel Academy of Art & Design. Read him at Mushon.com and follow him at @mushon.
 
 
MUSHON ZER-AVIV(designer, media activist, Tel Aviv)
MUSHON ZER-AVIV(designer, media activist, Tel Aviv)
Gastvortrag
Online Vortrag
05. November 2020, 14:00 - 15:30
Zoom, Meeting ID: 965 7549 3616