Reversal, Disconnect, and Proposition: Noise and Data Politics in the work of Julian Oliver and Trevor Paglen
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Art Paper
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DescriptionThis article examines the potential counter tactics of contemporary interactive art to interrogate the data-mining practices that exploit user data in the big data economy. It argues that amplifying the conceptual "noise" of the digital media assemblages deviates from their everyday normative functions and offers critical understanding.

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