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At the Institute of Human Obsolescence, artist and activist Manuel Beltrán investigates how the data we produce is already a form of productive labour.
Data Production Labour offers you the chance to visualise your contribution to the Big Data economy just by scrolling through your social media feed.
Wesley Goatley’s The Listener turns each of these invisible digital conversations, including those from your own phone, into sounds played in the headphones.Each phone within range is given a unique vocal chant to identify its information, and its volume increases with your signal strength.The whispers coming from within The Listener reveal the names of wifi networks you or others around you may have recently joined at home, at work or at a cafe.In the world of online intimacy, how do humans and machines overlap? You can probably look it up again in one of these eight volumes of alphabetised personal passwords.How can we know to whom we’re giving our data – and maybe our deepest secrets – in a realm as diffuse and intangible as the internet? Artist Aram Bartholl compiled the 4.6 million passwords that were leaked in the hack of the professional networking site Linked In in 2012. When we create a personal profile online and safeguard it with what we believe is our unique password, even those private passwords are vulnerable to breaches, and may expose parts of our digital selves that we thought were safe.