James Bridle

creative coding

Meet the Artist Using Ritual Magic to Trap Self-Driving Cars

Well, it's actually science, but for James Bridle science and magic aren't that distinct.
Beckett Mufson
3.18.17
creative coding

Meet the Artist Using Ritual Magic to Trap Self-Driving Cars

Well, it's actually science, but for James Bridle science and magic aren't that distinct.
Beckett Mufson
3.18.17
Art

Here's What Happens When You Mix Weather, Political Data, and Machine Learning

James Bridle’s 'Cloud Index' correlates different datasets in order to better understand technology.
Catherine Chapman
10.7.16
Terraform

The End of Big Data

It's the world after personal data: all identifying information is illegal. No servers, no search records, no social, no surveillance. A pair of satellites, circling the planet, make sure the data centers are turned off—and stay off.
James Bridle
1.28.16
Art

Little Sister's Watching, Too: Surveillance Art and the Ethics of Looking

The show features 14 works from artists, like Trevor Paglen and James Bridle, that explore the intersections of surveillance agencies and operations with civic rights and privacy.
Sami Emory
1.5.16
Design

The Internet Looks Like Nothing

We visualize the internet like a vast circuit board, but the stories that make up the internet’s infrastructure have much more depth than a simple diagram.
Adam Rothstein
9.19.15
Art

Enter Restricted Government Areas in Virtual Reality

In his new exhibition, James Bridle attacks governments’ cultures of “We can neither confirm nor deny” secrecy.
DJ Pangburn
7.1.15
Internet

Find Out Your 'Algorithmic Citizenship' Based on the Websites You Visit

Artist James Bridle's latest work questions where we belong as inhabitants of the web.
Emiko Jozuka
5.29.15
Art

Edward Snowden's Smashed Laptop Belongs to Everyone

The London museum's 'All of This Belongs to You' explores privacy in the digital age and the place of museums in a contemporary city.
Kevin Holmes
4.2.15
:(

Provoking Participation Through Art at Eyebeam's 2015 Annual Showcase

From games that accidentally teach coding to a device that kills cell phone frequencies, Eyebeam's annual showcase explores interaction in every form.
Kate Messinger
1.30.15
Art

This Artist's Database Compiles All Known Data on the Drone Wars

But all it shows is that more data doesn't mean more power.
Victoria Turk
9.23.14
Art

Artists Show How Anyone Can Fight the Man with Open Data

From military drones to government expenses, there's a lot of data out there.
Victoria Turk
3.20.14
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