Computer Grrrls


Video, 3 objects, leaflets

La Gaîté Lyrique, Paris

14 Mar 2019 - 14 Jul 2019


Twenty three international artists and collectives bring a critical and incisive view on digital technologies. They revisit the history of women and machines and sketch out the scenarious for a more inclusive future. 3D printing, Youtube tutorials, video installations or virtual reality... The artworks created by these artists, researchers, hackers or makers question the place of minorities on the Internet, the biases in the field, digital surveillance and electronic colonialism.


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Computer Grrrls


Video, 3 objects, leaflets

HMKV at Dortmunder U, Dortmund

27 Oct 2018 - 24 Feb 2019


The exhibition Computer Grrrls brings together more than 20 international artistic positions that negotiate the complex relationship between gender and technology in past and present. Computer Grrrls deals with the link between women and technology from the first human computers to the current revival of technofeminist movements. An illustrated timeline with over 200 entries covers these developments from the 18th century to the present. Invited are artists, hackers, makers and researchers who are working on how to think differently about technology: by questioning the gender bias in big data and Artificial Intelligence, promoting an open and diversified Internet, and designing utopian technologies.


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photo credit: Vinciane Lebrun/Voyez-Vous

Le Futur de la Création (La Nuit Européene des Musées)


Videos, leaflets, performance, installation

Mona Bismarck American Center, Paris

18 May - 20 May 2018


Center for Technological Pain offers DIY and Open Source solutions to health problems that can arise from digital technology, such as smartphones and laptops. Some of the methods used to eliminate the problems are devices such as glasses that prevent eye strain, educational workshops and self-defense classes against technology. All of the devices made within the center include instructions on how to remake them, so that technological pain could be easily eradicated anywhere in the world. Self-defense against technology moves and classes are organized in order to educate the public on how one can help out a friend (or a stranger) to beat their addiction to technology. In order to find out more about the project visit: centerfortechpain.com


photo credit: Vinciane Lebrun/Voyez-Vous


photo credit: Vinciane Lebrun/Voyez-Vous


photo credit: Julien Mouffron-Gardner


photo credit: Julien Mouffron-Gardner


A More Fruitful Way to Spend Free Time


Performance, PHP, HTML, CSS, Screen, T-shirts, Webcam

Plateforme Gallery, Paris

20 May - 21 May 2017


This showcase of works from the class Disnovation taught by French artist Nicolas Maigret will focus on the friction spaces generated by the Gig Economy. During the spring 2017 semester students from the BFA AMT and MFA Design + Technology have been making work and research around various topics related to technological innovation and their social, political and environmental impacts.
In the frame of this exhibition, www.send-me-a-task.com was presented. www.send-me-a-task.com is an online service directing artists Dasha Ilina and Amanda Lewis to fulfill algorithmic tasks emulating the demanding workflow that workers subjected to gig economy standards experience every day.