Gerda Postma, Carmen Schabracq, Marina Abramovic, Martin Backes,Jeremy Bailey, Jonathan Barnbrook for David bowie, ram Bartholl, WilliamBasinski, Marc Bijl, Zach Blas, Heiko Bressnik, horsten Brinkmann, Ondrej Brody & Kristofer Paetau, Mark Brown, Asger Carlsen, Ben DeHaan, Sofie Groot Dengerink, Nezaket Ekici, Arthur Elsenaar, Shahram Entekhabi, Caron Geary aka FERAL is KINKY, Hrafnhildur Gissurardóttir, Mark Brown, Ren Hang, AdamHarvey, Sabi van Hemert, Ursula Hübner, Damier Johnson aka REBEL YUTHS,Katsuya Kamo for Junya Watanabe COMME des GARÇONS, KATSU, David Haines,Brian Kenny, Ute Klein, Nienke Klunder, Jakob Lena Knebl & Thomas Hörl,iodrag Krkobabić, Mirko Lazović, Theo-Mass Lexileictous, Vanessa Lodigiani,Zachari Logan, Jill Magid, Maison Martin Margiela, Slava Mogutin, Veljko Onjin,Bernd Oppl, Tanja Ostojić, Marco Pezzotta, Gareth Pugh, Eva-Maria Raab, RAFSIMONS, Ana Rajcevic, Daphne Rosenthal, Tarron Ruiz-Avila, Mustafa Sabbagh,Olivier de Sagazan, Daniel Sannwald for WOODKID, Bryan Lewis Saunders, FrankSchallmaier, Hester Scheurwater, Tim Silver, Jan Stradtmann, Sergei Sviatchenko,Jun Takahashi for UNDERCOVER,
Maiko Takeda, Saša Tkačenko, Marc Turlan,Levi van Veluw, Ari Versluis & Ellie Uyttenbroek, Viktor & Rolf, PhilippeVogelenzang & Majid Karrouch, Daniel Vom Keller, Martin C. de Waal, AddieWagenknecht & Stefan Hechenberger, Anne Wenzel, Bernhard Willhelm, AndrewNorman Wilson, Lucy Wood
Computer Security Workshop
Basic Crypto for Everybody The internet is currently a bit broken. Our reading habits, conversations, social graph, and location are constantly logged and stored for big data analysis. This workshop is about opting-out of this social experiment and establishing some personal space without the usual eavesdroppers. Specifically we will be looking into preventing browser tracking, securing communication channels and direct online payments (TOR, GnuPG, OTR, and Bitcoin). In this workshop we will help you getting your computer safe and private again.
Tor is a network of virtual tunnels that allows people and groups to improve their privacy and security on the Internet. It also enables software developers to create new communication tools with built-in privacy features. Tor provides the foundation for a range of applications that allow organizations and individuals to share information over public networks without compromising their privacy.
End-to-end encryption (E2EE) is a digital communications paradigm of uninterrupted protection of data traveling between two communicating parties. It involves the originating party encrypting data to be readable only by the intended recipient, and the receiving party decrypting it, with no involvement in said encryption by third parties. The intention of end-to-end encryption is to prevent intermediaries, such as Internet providers or application service providers, from being able to discover or tamper with the content of communications. End-to-end encryption generally includes protections of both confidentiality and integrity.
Stefan Hechenberger was a resident at Eyebeam, hacking on OpenFrameworks with Zach Lieberman and other OF ninjas. Beyond this he indulges in exploratory software and hardware engineering with an emphasis on architecture, product design, tangible media, and motion design. Previously he has been studying in Germany and California and holds a masters from New York University/ITP. His background is Computer Science, Astronautics, Art, and Design.
Surveillance, hacking & privacyFacelessFes t, lecture day 2 A lot of people say: ‘I have nothing to hide’. Facebook and Google are practically taking over the world. What will happen when Google Glass is released? Will we still have a private life? Journalist Maurits Martijn sheds a light on this. Stefan Hechenberger takes us into the world of hacking and open source. And Dan Hassler-Forest presents his research on superheroes and surveillance culture. There’s food at 19:00, first lecture will kick off at 20:00.
Stefan Hechenberger was a resident at Eyebeam, hacking on OpenFrameworks with Zach Lieberman and other OF ninjas. Beyond this he indulges in exploratory software and hardware engineering with an emphasis on architecture, product design, tangible media, and motion design. Previously he has been studying in Germany and California and holds a masters from New York University/ITP. His background is Computer Science, Astronautics, Art, and Design. His talk will broach the hack as a form of expression, culture hacking and the open source movement.
Maurits Martijn studied communication science and philosophy of science at the University of Amsterdam. From 2007 to 2012 he was editor at Vrij Nederland. And at the moment is he writing about technology and surveillance for De Correspondent. He will show us what big technology companies do or can do with our information.
Dan Hassler-Forest is a lecturer in English literature at the University of Amsterdam. He specializes in popular culture and media theory. Dan regularly publishes scholarly work on topics such as comic books, contemporary literature, and popular media. Tonight he will question superheroes as the embodiment of surveillance culture. And talk about masks in relation to the superhero’s (non-)identity.
From April 1-3 you can join workshops and lectures about privacy, seduction and surveillance. In our exhibition Faceless 100+ artworks explores the trend to hide, mask or edit the face. In these 3 days you can expect workshops by artists Jeremy Bailey, Zach Blas and Stefan Hechenberger.