Saturday 7 December, 1:00 p.m.
In this performative lecture, artist Caroline Campbell will work with the idea of being an “embodied algorithm” as part of a discussion about the weaponisation of algorithms. This lecture draws on Campbell's research at the intersection of social justice and technology.
Bio for Caroline Campbell (Loitering Theatre):
Loitering Theatre work across video, text, mixed message, false flags, meme magic, artificial intellect, viral interference and future archaeologies of time. Loitering Theatre seek to make the intangible of networks manifest. Loitering Theatre use varied techniques to decode and oppose current systems of consensus reality – recent projects have mobilised the affective power of the culture industry’s expanded Hollywood blockbuster; or created radical synapses between future-present sci-fi technologies and lost systems of ancient ritual power. Along the way, time is stretched and bent and technology no longer develops along its linear path.
Free, no booking required.