12. Mar - 19. Mar 2021
With works by Caroline Sinders
Automating Humanity is an online panel discussion series that analyzes and investigates inequity in tech systems within the fields of art, critical design and open source technology.
Feminist Data Set Workshop #2
Friday, 19.3. —19h CET
Feminist Data Set Workshop #1
Friday, 12.3. —19h CET
Across two workshops, we’ll be discussing and coming up with new ways to reimagine work, de-center productivity and tracking, and placing care and equity in the in digital work. Each workshop will feature a short presentation, followed by discussion and interaction. How can we reimagine and build the kinds of structures we need right now?
On the future of AI, remote work and feminist technology
Opening panel took place on Feb 4th, 19h CET
Caroline Sinders with Tiara Roxanne and Juan Pablo García Sossa.
Caroline Sinders is a machine-learning-design researcher and artist. For the past few years, she has been examining the intersections of technology’s impact in society, interface design, artificial intelligence, abuse, and politics in digital, conversational spaces. Sinders is the founder of Convocation Design + Research, an agency focusing on the intersections of machine learning, user research, designing for public good, and solving difficult communication problems.
Tiara Roxanne (PhD) is an Indigenous cyberfeminist, scholar and artist based in Berlin. Her research and artistic practice investigates the encounter between the Indigenous Body and AI. More particularly, she explores the colonial structure embedded within artificial intelligence learning systems in her writing and her performance art through textile.
Juan Pablo García Sossa / JPGS (*Bogotá, COL) is a Designer, Researcher and Artist fascinated by the clash between emerging technologies and grass-root popular culture in tropical territories. His practice explores the development of cultures, visions, realities and worlds through the remix and reappropriation of technologies from a Tropikós perspective (Tropics as Region and Mindset). JPGS has been part of diverse research institutions and design studios and currently is a design research member at SAVVY Contemporary The Laboratory of Form-Ideas’ Design Department in Berlin and Co-Director of Estación Terrena, a space for Arts, Research and Technologies in Bogotá. JPGS is a 2020 Rapid Response for a Better Digital Future Fellow at EYEBEAM.