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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.
 

In partnership with:

The Institute for Digital Humanity 
The Institute for Aesthetic Advocacy

ACLU Minnesota
Native Youth Arts Collective;
North Central University
Post ME Coalition
Councilman Steve Fletcher (Minneapolis, MN)