Respondent: Rabia Ashfaque (Student) and Lucy Raven (SVA Faculty)
How are we connected? The virtual, the simulated, the networked: we refer to our technological state of existence by many names. From studying the impact of the Internet, to exploring the function of logic, computation, game theory and surveillance technologies, in this panel, we will explore a number of ways in which we communicate information and why it is important to study the ways in which we are connected.
• John Ryan, Declarations of Interdependence: Experiments in Networked Interdividualism (Art Center College of Design, Media Design Practices, MFA)
• Anna C. Natale and Dolores Galindo, DroneART, a Product of Surveillance Criticism (Federal University of Mato Grosso – UFMT, Brazil, MA Student and Faculty)
• Rachel Law, The Vortex & Meshtectonics (Parsons New School for Design, Design & Technology, MFA)