“Surveillapocalypse” with artCodex and 007 looking at issues of surveillance.
Today I leave for the Big Apple with local Ottawa talent 007 to join up with the Brooklyn based collective artCodex for their collaborative show Surveillapocalypse.
“For “Surveillapocalypse” Brooklyn-based art collective artCodex invites Canada-based Native American collective OO7 to collaborate on an exhibition on building trust between communities in the face of a security obsessed society and the ever-increasing surveillance that goes along with it.
This exhibit showcases collaborative work from the two collectives, including a public poster campaign and an interactive community response installation. A screening of several video works will be held on Sunday, June 8.” Read more…
While in NYC the schedule is packed out!
SATURDAY – The Studio Museum Harlem, Kara Walker at the Domino Sugar Factory, and the opening reception for Surveillapocalypse
SUNDAY – The Brooklyn Powwow, Surveillapocalypse screening & more exploring in Brooklyn…
Inuk artist Barry Pottle’s Keeping Tabs. Part of the poster series for Surveillapocalypse.