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Curated Art Exhibitions
& Citizen Forums

Juried, Local, National, & International

Using art to spark seemingly impossible

cross-cultural conversations
and sneak science past the censors

since 2017.

Curated Art Exhibitions
& Citizen Forums

Juried, Local, National, and International

Using art to spark seemingly impossible cross-cultural conversations
and sneak science past the censors since 2017.

  • Catalyzes civic engagement and curate under-served community voices by translating complex issues into easy-to-understand:
     

    • Local, national, and international art exhibitions and installations;

    • Academic research and publications;

    • Educational materials for attorneys, teachers; citizens, and advocates.
       

    Our own body of work is motivated by the same goals that guide our exhibitions of other artists' work.  We want to use aesthetic experiences as a means of engaging the general public with digital and biomedical harms that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye or too bogged down in esoteric jargon.

  • AI BIAS

    • Digital Rights Are Civil Rights

    • #NeighborsNotNumbers
      (outside link to institute for digital humanity)

    PRIVACY & SURVEILLANCE

    • Digital Rights Are Civil Rights

    • #NeighborsNotNumbers
      (outside link to institute for digital humanity)

    PRIVACY & SURVEILLANCE

All Bullets Shatter:
Crime and Trauma

Living Art Exhibition and Public Forum
Minneapolis, MN and Online.  May 2022.
 

In partnership with:

Guns Down, Love Up  I Protect MN
Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives
Urban Educators I North Suburban Center for the Arts I  MN  Second Change Coalition  
and Faculty from Ohio State, Georgia State, Portland State, and Pittsburg Univ.

Digital Rights are Civil Rights: Race and Tech

International juried art exhibition and civic forum.
Minneapolis, MN and online.  February 2021.

The murder of George Floyd made it clear to the world that systemic racism is a life or death issue for people of color in our country.  This issue has only become more pressing in light of recent technological developments:  racist facial recognition software; predictive policing programs that target minorities;  and discriminatory algorithms (in employment, healthcare, education, and criminal justice) that violate our privacy, threaten free speech, and replace human judgment with encoded systemic inequity.

Thank you to our partners;

ACLU MN; Native Youth Arts Collective; North Central University; the Institute for Digital Humanity; the POSTME Coalition; and City Councilman Steve Fletcher.