|Title||On Being Overt|
How can you engage institutional settings to intervene into discussions about science and technology? How can might collaborative art/ethnographic practices aid the formation of a more ‘open’ politics and futures? How do experimental practices in art and ethnography entail the production of or interventions into ‘dark’ data?
George Marcus (Anthropology, UC Irvine) and Neal White (Office of Experiments).
|Keywords||Dark Data, Overt Research, Secrecy, Art , Experimental Art, Office of Experiments|
|Conference||Knowledge Value and Dark Data: Absences, Interventions And Digital Worlds|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.knowledge-value.org/index.php/kv5-dark-data|