Technologising the EU Border
Speakers: Ariana Dongus (media scholar and researcher), Flavia Dzodan (writer and researcher), Matthias Monroy (writer, activist), Ahmet Ögüt (artist and founder of The Silent University) and Annalisa Pelizza (professor in science and technology studies)
This programme draws on the expertise of border specialists, media scholars and artists to explore the increasing technological nature of Europe’s borders. From exploring technologies as methods of both making and discrediting evidence, to the role of tech in forming an unevenly distributed restriction on bodies, and to the border as a site of growing investment and profit, their research and practice contributes to exposing and thinking through the surge in technological strategies for exclusion in, and by, Europe.
Hosted by Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam.
The programme is supported by Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie.