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DISSENT is a group exhibition that revisits the topic and expands it to explore the ways in which techniques of surveillance are employed as a social sorting mechanism in which less privileged populations are disproportionately stigmatized and discriminated against.

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With Laura Aguilar, Barbara Ess, Juliana Huxtable, Metahaven, Carlos Motta, MPA, Sondra Perry, Christine Rebet, and Jimena Sarno.

DISSENT: what they fear is the light is a group exhibition that explores surveillance practices that disproportionately discriminate certain populations over others. Exhibiting works consider issues of visibility and invisibility within governmental and institutional …

With Laura Aguilar, Barbara Ess, Juliana Huxtable, Metahaven, Carlos Motta, MPA, Sondra Perry, Christine Rebet, and Jimena Sarno.

DISSENT: what they fear is the light is a group exhibition that explores surveillance practices that disproportionately discriminate certain populations over others. Exhibiting works consider issues of visibility and invisibility within governmental and institutional administering, tracking, and policing practices. Topics include: the National Security Administration’s blind surveillance program and eradication of privacy, the increasing militarisation of the …

Location

6522 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, US