Algorithmic Gaze is an ongoing research project that investigates the dynamics of individual expression in the age of surveillance capitalism.
Through different provocations, it explores the implications of surveillance and data extraction in different media and contexts. It probes the ways our physical bodies enter hidden exploitative networks, how our digitalised selves are misinterpreted and monetised and how we could reclaim agency through digital tools.
The different outputs are whimsical installations and products, that want to provoke public discourse, awareness and action around privacy.
Some of the outputs of this research, including Corpora, have been shown at the British Film Institute and London Design Festival.