Turning the specter of internet surveillance into art

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The Verge

November 9, 2017

The Glass Room
The Glass Room. © Sarah Jeong

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[...] This isn’t the first iteration of The Glass Room, an art exhibition that revolves around technology, power, and surveillance, but the new location and a shifting mood in popular attitudes toward Silicon Valley are palpable in the newer pieces. [...]

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@misc{2017Turning, year = {2017}, month = {nov 9}, title = {Turning the specter of internet surveillance into art}, howpublished = {https://www.theverge.com/2017/11/9/16620452/london-glass-room-art-exhibit}, }