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and the the time and the and the this so ch the Losada best or something like that but we our next serve speaker is here waiting for is massive crowds the um that will support him to go to his experience with the FBI is gonna share with us um the way he informs the every i about these behaviors so it's not just that like in cycling are other sports that I don't know what sport you do our some but these so these boys men in communication at every I please give a welcome but loves it yes loss thought of that part that's not sorry wanting to me that the will start making sense really the main how amazing isn't then the last few days here right it's been this in amazingly intense last few days in this kind of minutes it's an honor to kind of wrap this up and I really appreciate is hanging out here till the very very very last time slot thank you thank you for coming this is the user lots and I've been hearing a lot about this Congress for many years and this is my 1st time here and its sister analysis just distance of friends that I consider myself relatively tech literate and then I come here and I feel like every became completely different foreign language that have no idea what's happening and it's not because some of the torques on German it's like literally like the sum of the subject matter is so specific to that it's so easy to be completely like what is being discussed annotated something a little bit more you know a little a little more of a story and I can tell you about what I've been doing so I'm an artist and I get called all sorts of different things that get know sometimes again wanted in with the media artist sometimes with the sculptor sometimes photographers sometimes circuit called a con artist but so so it's it's kind of odd being in this being in this gatherings particularly after some of the other talks and been sitting in on that data to this meeting a little bit about how this thinking about the same with the arrow by the way I I I met a light out or quarry light that you that EDU Austria so my works but mainly on the focusing on this 1 project just call tracking transients which just started shortly after 9 11 so what we can do a lot of fear what
looks like so this is this is it so you can go on
the web and you could follow me at any given moment and there's this pixel this arrow that comes to which is actually these days were so used to seeing ourselves as pixels on a map but this project was started in 2002 and
back then to see yourself as a pixel is just such an unusual thing and it is a we know all the the driving down the road and there's that little icon on the GPS that tells you exactly where you are or you know that thing can only when the last thing you want 1 of those maps
of the gas station you opened it up to remember that means we don't need to think it's a good is
completely lost that we carried out a full amount back up anymore it is back in the old days you never take out
that and you'd go all near
here you have to locate yourself to the geography within that map these days you take out that magic found you
pressed little but you become the center of your own
map and the map resizes T so that the space of the so looking at yourself as a digital space versus a physical space it's it's a totally different concept that we're running into now and for some reason this looks like this got caught up over here so student other kick and hopefully
OK it'll kick in again and
the OK so that's that's so this is a this is where started so the project starts here and then this goes to the cycles of everything that I eat and you'll see what comes up after that so that you can read you probably
where this places you probably recognize so these are all the meals 11 cooking at home and I photograph all of them this is kind of interesting now it's it so common and Instagram it's like you know people think you know why why else would you be using Instagram of posting photos of your food but die I help of the FBI with the size
and the so this was a on Friday December for this was at the core of Santa Clara and 11th
in San Jose guy gas there this is at the game airport in on this and
try that cooked at home but I really like tried
so this is this is active the bureaucracy in a bomb out of high school in
Jakarta Indonesia on March 1st this is it uh this is all so it's
going so fast that it's OK every few moments where I do is I take a photograph and i times
that my life in a sense the FBI and I
know why you know it's it's it's also kind of interesting because you these days a project need something so different
when I 1st started this project people don't or don't shop at my house and now it's
like you know not like if you don't if you're not on social media for not connected like people to give you some some weird or something so what happens here is that this thing of like continuously prepared continuously
of monitoring myself and continuously checking in you know a
lot of people like I don't get this this looks up by its event
the what's the big deal but then this concept of self surveillance of this
of this from watching ourselves our on monitoring ourselves for the sake of
someone else whether it be your Twitter followers or my case the FBI this
is something that's become so commonplace in each of us are creating our own archives so
lot the shift of Fig place culturally these really important to think about this because it was like like this
better known sure what happened in that that you're not really
sure who I was there with or ECT is like random train stations they're always these empty
spaces there so that no one's ever variance and every now and then you might see some people but they
just they just tend to be incidental to the image is kind of interesting when you look at like that of photography and or every hour ask permission of people that are in there which is really amazing to think about them like how many cameras are got there in a given month actually in this room right now there are at
least twice as many cameras as there are people because there's 1 camera in the
front of your phone another 1 in the back of your
phone and who knows how many other cameras in in that all the other devices and
everything else and putting in so we can't really escape these cameras regardless of what we
do then so all of these things these all
these bits and pieces of that and archiving of my life so every few moments another
vote put up gets tagged with the geotagged of was again this is on that so common today
but 12 13 14 years ago this was completely just like what are you doing and why are you
doing this the and sorry so yeah
then of course there's all these toilets gives up my FBI agent really needs to know I forget that you know they wanna know my business and I'm very open and I'm very sharing sigh figure tell them every little bit of detail including the toilets that I use
and how frequently and where I go I having the the need to know so really what's
happening here and and what I'm really what really
doing is and it's it's a matter of telling you everything and telling you absolutely nothing simultaneously it's a barrage of noise look I know that eventually you know machine and AI machine readers in AI is going to get so so sophisticated that a certain point the this this idea of overwhelming the system it's not really possible is a temporary fix and the reason that I chose the states is so you know obviously the FBI has a file on me and I met with the background story of this is I got reported as the terrorists of the I guess that pressure probably explained that on on that a little bit so shortly after 9 11 my landlords that I had surrendered this storage space from called the police and said that an Arab man and fled on September 12 was hoarding explosives the never mind on no explosive never mind was in an hour and the other Arab man would be needed on Bengali and with Chile not Arabs but it doesn't matter can as far as many people you know they're all the same over there still kind of lines it's it's not mentality such that 6 months of my life with the FBI convincing them that I'm not a terrorist and after all that the sort of thing everything's is great defined this OK wonderful can I get a letter saying I'm fine this little problem with that because I have you ever tried to get something that says you're not guilty of something you never did so know services that a base and in the back and is like a 1 0 I don't mean I travel a lot only needs the next guy not to get the next memo and you all over again however like this so that moment Guinean from the you and phone numbers view to trouble you call will take care of it services outcome FBI agent telling where I was going send photos to all of these things and that's that's what this whole project started in about me back wanna start as project shortly after 9 11 I mean my phone was like those old members all locus 66 hundreds it was like superchunk using it at the bottom a coal which at times is like 1 text message across and we should call them smartphones back then and they're really not that smart but the kind smartphones anyway so this process of like sending all this information the FBI I started tellin everything and also at the same time by telling them everything multiple naturally nothing because it's just a wall of noise and in that noise there is some signal and the ratio of the signal to noise ratio is actually pretty skewed it's pretty this tree out of sync in that sense because it's it's difficult for the for the viewer to know what they're looking at the feet of the website itself it's it is an archaic website and it is completely obsolete technologically but more importantly it's also 1 of the things that it's intentionally user-unfriendly it's not you know information is not can arise in a way where it all I wanna see this this time it's like it's just it's just comes in it whichever way it that the algorithm these days feels like generating the 4 so sometimes you might see a taco than you might see the next 1 from Mexico City in Mexico City might go to like this place and they become a flight from there to Houston's you might get some images from Houston excellent reduced and you might get some things from another city in the back and forth so it actually takes all these pathways various uh through so in this process and really you know it's it's until you everything and nothing in this camouflage In this thing of like in a historic camouflaged now the concept of camouflage particularly digital identity is really important because historically when you hear camouflage it's usually are meant for ya warfare about soldiers and the reason we have of the reason camouflage looks in certain ways because it was designed to break the silhouette of the body of the soldier in the battlefield in the landscape of warfare so but this is why you know to certain trees looks certain colors and when you look every place you go there's a different work that each with each ward there's a different pattern that that's used now if you look at the new camouflage that most aware particularly US where live it's all pixels FIL pixelised you know it's all and it's all the same weirdly grayish greenish color yeah if you notice that color but there's no trees that color anyway it's because it's not meant for blending into the landscape anymore it's no longer meant so the soldier has to blend into the battlefield the reason it's pixelised and it's that grayish greenish color is because we no longer have a need for the soldier to blend in to the battlefield the physical battlefield but would you want is a soldier to be did so the enemy cannot distinguish the physical body of the soldier in the noise in the nite vision goggles that's why that color that's why I think creation green so this is a huge step so we no longer it's no longer about the physical presence of the body in the in the war field in the war in warfare but it's now about that it's now where the digital body that the physical body is intentionally camouflaged and mistaken for digital artifact it's that pixelization that we've that we forced this will warfare and a lot of work that I do with a lot lot lot they come with comes out of warfare intentional emotional this is a really important piece that want to talk to about because this was taken from 1 of the earliest samples of what the US Army users and was done at the at the base of the which is the in outside of boston and this is where a lot of the flight in the US is designed it's the US Army's fashion design department though they would never called the fashion design department but this is where they design of camouflage and the outfits and so the sample was taken at 1st it just looks a modernist grid of various fluorescence what they really are as at the sampling blew up and took up each pixel and replaced each pixel with a photograph of a historical or current point of conflict so there's these 2 images right in the middle if you look at the 2 blue images over there are kind of in the middle of the bottom those are in North Korea on north the 38th parallel that you technically on what the POWs we're actually in North Korean territory but there's but upon when John is actually last 6 buildings and 3 of and all 6 are built directly across the border and it's kind of on practical to share have the building with another country so 3 the building block of South Korea 3 the belong to North Korea so these are the South Korean buildings but physically in North Korean territory similar like that play of hand that you see right below it in the Spanish hand and being a good Muslim I really do enjoy my Spanish hand but does this was this was and Guernica side of a brutal massacre shortly muscle similarly so each of the every single 1 of these images they might seem like these generic or planned and that it they're all historic conflicts of current conflicts is if there's an image in the in the upper right hand in the upper left-hand corner right there and it's a bit of an office building with just a part of the flag with 3 strikes going across and this is like a quick world affairs quiz which country has a she has a flag that goes 3 horizontal stripes across the top and bottom red and the middle 1 is green any guesses on this country 3 stripes red green red and but what's the confused looks how but it's it's a trick question the country doesn't exist but it's a it's Tanzania start with the Russians color printers and it's a break Republic of Moldova the title sliver of land between vine Ukraine maybe about 20 30 kilometers wide and maybe about 200 kilometers long this tiny tiny tiny sliver no 1 of them will but would have their own military them their own passports there their 1 currency there don't judicial system that they're all everything like a country except no 1 recognizes them as a country but but you need to go by 20 cases of a K 40 sevens is the place to go so this is this tiny piece of land this tiny piece of land that no 1 recognizes is really where a lot of the destabilization of the world comes from so I went over there and of course Tom FBI agent is mostly just loitering like what you doing over there so I'm just hanging out see what's going on anyway so get all the everything on these images there's a bits and pieces of these types of sources but what about a sea of warfare and I talked a little bit about that so I live in the US and you know
it's we're in a kernel the war on terror and actually that the real name is the global war on terror and the this was uh drawing that i differ project a few years ago and there's a there's a congressional document of this document that the US Congress got keeps and it's called the instances of use of United States Armed Forces abroad but this time the 1798 2006 this gets updated every year and just you know when you look at this document it's everything is just the fact that everything is you know in 18 38 you Marines chased pirates onto a Caribbean island will when the Marines landed on the Caribbean island we invaded that country anytime you send your troops on to another country soil without that country's permission you have invaded that country are so everything from like Annamarie's chasing parts to occurred in island all the way to world war 1 when it's all just 1 everything just listed as 1 instance to straight down this this this goes on for pages and pages and pages and pages and pages and you know so and then you look at like way when when they went the US invariant Florida world that was what was Spanish territory this is that you know before that became party that's similarly you know so when you look at all the white axes are all the invasions of the US hasn't been undertaken between 1776 which was the year of the independence to world war 1 all the great axes are world war 1 to Vietnam and all the black X is the Vietnam to today the number of invasions that the US troops have undertaken between 1776 and world war 1 roughly quite the same amount as well as well want to Vietnam and the number of innovations from a set of from 17 the Vietnam roughly equally Vietnam to today In the last 100 years in unless 100 17 years since since 1900 there's only been 5 years with the US has not been a war interestingly enough we've only declared war 11 times in history since independence of the country the US is only formally declared war 11 times yet of the all the years that we've ever been of independent country I think there's a like 20 or 30 years we have and then a war and most of those or or Pre 1800 and that and so since 1900 others always in 5 years you could see all of these dots so 1 of the reasons I wanted create this document is that I just got a proposal that I wanna do for the so this is in Spain and at the start of the curator and said hey you would be really great what if we are set up on a wall of bulletproof glass and in the gallery soldiers still as people going on the museum would assert the huge bulletproof of future bulletproof glass of a real estate drawing of of the world and will have got other guy with a rifle on the back and you should bullets at the audience but the but because his bulletproof glass it'll stop and like I mean I knew that there's just no way they would go for it but to my surprise they said let us talk to some so our security people and I will get back to you about this and I was really surprised so in the meantime we did some ballistics tests subject the sum of the I mean like that's that's what it
looks like it's just beautiful women and we just the way like 1 1 basically when bullets hit bulletproof glass it's not really classes is very dense plastic and the heat of the bullet comes in such such velocity that the plastic melts just ever so slightly and then just swallows the will back up and it's freezing back up so it's slightly liquefies and solidifies this is what happens inside your body when you get shot accept your body doesn't just to absorb the bulletin just refreeze together just like this really scary looking thing just looking at that that blunt trauma that that immediate point of when that bullet hits this is what happens yeah so we did some ballistics tests and I we would do some ideas and and then of course as I expected this said no you're crazy there's no we were doing this but they were willing to send this out to to
off-site and we built this in in the fabricators built this off site and of course there were these other problems of they know if we build this in the US and send it to the museum I mean dead in when it comes into Europe doesn't get imported as part worker doesn't get imported as well possibly firearms because there's actual real gunpowder it and there's a lot of problems so in order to deal with the of the of the Customs issues of its we figured you know what let's let's just ship let us have a built in in Spain and then in Basra a about to build this we realizes a little pesky Spanish law that requires you to be at least 25 meters away from the intended target you can discharge a weapon In less than 25 years of its intended target now the course I wanted these to gigantic and then you only imagine that this is the price of the bulletproof glass is a gets larger and larger and larger so we eventually agreed that will be 4 meters by 2 meters except at that scale each of these dots each of these ball into these targets that become like 3 millimeters a 4 millimetres in diameter now I don't know how many of you do shooting at target practice or any of that but try to hit 330 dots that are about 3 to 4 millimetres in diameter from 25 meters away 1 after another without missing them the sexually practically impossible our so as had we do this and then the museum for hard 3 former Olympians to do this just unbelievable watching these guys head of the 330 bullets the there 326 of them were exactly on center before the war off were no more than 5 5 mm and I'm convinced I just do the wrong those for I mean it is it's it's unbelievable she did but you can see what happens in in the middle of the here this Central America we have hit we have invaded Central America so many times that as you keep getting these bullets these physical uh these both just eventually the bulletproof glass shatters and its way I mean it so it causes a little rock so it's kind of interesting looking at this that this very abstract concept of of these invasions these political so all of these types of political policies that we have and what the physical manifestation of that what that does a map but what is that due to the physical geography some really interesting this idea geography body data body this physicality and the virtuality you how these to come together in this so similarly up a bit and a lot of these things about warfare in such
an illustrated this project is a prior to been working on another in Hawaii recently in the end you know how I mean was turned on the job in Hawaii this pretty unbelievable getting getting a chance to do this project and so when you got when you in a when you go a toy is a really interesting of at least in American policy American called political and cultural of perspectives Hawaii is a very unique place because Hawaii is the ultimate manifestation of the ultimate like embodiment of what we do in the in the US this term called manifest destiny which was the term from the early 1700 were actually are late 17 hundreds of the early history of of america where we decided to start in the east the Atlantic and expand all the way across the that we will manage that manifest the country and the whole the land will be become our so this is the birth of cut of the US this is the idea how the the country was was giving birth to the whole i is a really interesting uh a uh situation this perspective because now we we start on the Atlantic coast we've we've concord concord concord concord concord got went all the way and we've got to the Pacific Ocean and now we've crossed the Pacific Ocean and our gone to this middle of this this rock in the middle of the of the ocean and now at the top of the mountain so it actually get of the on all that and the interesting thing is Hawaiian culture when you go to the peaks of each of the mountains every every of the mountain peaks are sacred interestingly enough when you go to each of these mountaintops there all while there you almost always US military or some sort of government or some sort of science but of course for many and already there is some amazing stuff being done but there's a lot of also very shaky enough for its military stuff being done and it's also the going up and now with these surveillance devices these telescopes at the top of each of these men monitoring and surveying and measuring everything out in the western out of and in in the sky and so would go on to the west which also really interesting thing about the of landscape in America we show an unshakeable these images of 1 of the the top of this place which is just this
is beautiful going up there me it looks like L Mars tests were actually done up there because
it's the mean it's just amazing what you're looking down at the sky and there's these like satellites everywhere with it really does look
a Martian landscape really interest in this OK so we
share this project something really interesting watching the watchers this thing of like and 10 what happens when you a step size surveillance I mean obviously this is a major issue for a lot of missing a lot of the call conference topics here talks about privacy and what to do and how how to stop mast mass surveillance and things of that type but when you hear the word surveillance imagery when you think of the thinking would we will just emerged the 2 pictures surveillance emission was that look like to you and for most of us with the general public think like a lot but CCTV a surveillance camera images look like usually grainy pixel we no really sometimes black and white are you know the is we already know data storage is cheap I mean this data storage and you can buy a terabyte drive for like 30 bucks so data in phonetic it's cheaper cheaper every day the capacity is larger and larger so as not necessarily economic issues but it's actually more of a cultural issues and and and and I'm proposing the fact that when you hyperaesthetic size surveillance image your brain no longer reads as as surveillance your brain rejects the image this to esthetically pleasing to read as landscape readers the readers let's give photography and and and in the case of lexicography many of it is the history that is based on landscape paintings the so it's really that that greedy graininess that that actually gives us the of the the emotional attachment and this is a surveillance image because when it becomes what it doesn't have those characteristics and it doesn't have those qualities it becomes a the a photo or video so in this case just those really interesting what happens when when you hypothesize that and that you get x-ray vision Maginot had actually been you could see right through this wall what would you see on the other side of this wall ball this image which actually looks like a window 6 very large models and this is this functions as a as a as a see through walls you'd actually see through this wall and just to have it just so happened on the other side of the of the wall from this exhibition space was a Baltimore police department so loved the idea being able to watch the police watching me watching then and you notice that bit of of that's the blue light diesel servos come on how the Dumpster which really doesn't make any sense to me why they would need a surveillance camera over the dumpster but as long as the image of this Council reflecting back and forth and what you're watching what you back and you and you couldn't tell you whether was what you looking at a photograph or whether you're looking at video or whether you're you know it just every now needs season blurry lights moved by the some of these figures but really you know if you look at a lot of what machine vision while softening will likely see those things and on the TV with all those people looking above martyrs and that's now that's the that's like the movies and that's what they for like fund-raising the real step is all machines looking at the stuff and it doesn't actually look that sexy at all so hello this idea lecturing taking this image and you see what what can what happened with 1 system size now similarly to what happens with the form is a step
size this is the the various of a particle at another location but this is what you would see the the wall when you see this clean your brain completely rejects this as surveillance image but this is exactly what happens right on the other side over there so thinking about the idea of esthetics and what surveillance looks like and at least you know open growing up in in the in the in American context but also a lot of the history of American photography comes from American painting landscape painting the the history of a lot of our landscape painting comes from the Hudson River School of which is the northeastern up north of New York City of up the Hudson River these gorgeous grand vistas often of these really galore origin of wide viewpoints of these are very like subliminal very like spiritual type of imagery this very godlike imaging which is kind of interesting because in the way it is like trying to replicate this I of god or if you wanna look at it from the perspective of surveillance in which we generally tend to think of surveillance as a very post 9 11 face very 21st century concept most of us did not use the word surveillance say or you know 20 years ago 30 years of that word was not as common it certainly has become incredible common in our vocabulary very recently but even though we tend to think of surveillance is very post the 2 of very 21st century concept this is something that's been embedded in our history in our brains for thousands of years particularly look at those early paintings and then God as the original surveillance cameras you behaved because God was watching I so it was very easy to replace this being above with the camera above and that becomes so normalize in our daily lives I mean think about it how the sun close know everything about you anyway we're talk this since we're at such an early point in life with so this normalization of surveillance is normalization and also this you know and you know we don't think of we never used the word surveillance for talk about God the beginning of this status as the the the hyper aestheticization of maybe you wanna call me this is not exactly aestheticization but did you know the idea in the idea of thinking about it so in this relationship between watched and watcher and another similar
project would look what it looks like when you when you break that frame of looking at of of the of the format of of surveillance and when you start size the form and not only the imagery of surveillance but also the format and how the surveillance is presented I mean we rarely we never would even think of this as a surveillance camera image but that is exactly what the says
this and other similar piece of issue the context of this 1 because Austria below talked a little bit about the project going on the right and this image
is so that the look at these landmines but they also look like satellites I'm really interested in this idea of like circumnavigation I'm really interesting these things of you know it conceptually in this this project is a is telling you worry about this but tell you everything and nothing simultaneously but in a similar way I'm also really interesting this Council Magellan and circumnavigation where you go far enough to decide you end up in the other the circle around the whole thing some example so the sometimes some people are so far to the left that they're actually very much to right and vise versa so there's this this had the circular reasoning that keeps coming back and forth the really interesting this thing and this could this could be a land mine but this could also be a satellite this there's these types and also at the same time like this was the so the earlier project but they also look like something sticks but then there's this like all these things have allowed these like these modest sticking out of each of this is free iPad lectures this installation was done later but the amount these tablets are not so common in there so everywhere but with the 272 monitors and all the images that I shared with the FBI and said to my FBI agent these are all being shown on all these models simultaneously you can get an idea of what you're looking at our soak in the same sense of this project was
that this is only a part of this 1 this was this was uh about but 28 feet so that 2 points about 8 meters they half meters tall this space and it's basically every photo that effort that I photographed and shared but they're all printed in these huge pieces in these huge event of i'll banners and the actual photos of each photos about this little that to know there's like thousands and thousands and thousands and thousands of when you look from the back all you see these vertical color stripes inversely enough well what they the other day that I I don't miss disclose in public and at the means that you're really looking at all the images on Sunday all the ones 1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and so on with the 7 days but what's also happening is you know the the color bars the test bars for color calibration of models it's like so 1 of the things that would happen so I'm sure you must have had the most extremist had this in Germany in the US we we used to have a thing called the emergency broadcast system and that television show would stop and you go the list to tonewood would commodities color body come on the screen and I would say this is a test of the Emergency Broadcast System had this been a real emergency would've been instructed on what to do so this thing of impending doom the state of something is something bad is about to happen or something bad could happen and because something like that could happen we need to be ready and need to be prepared think of thinking of being ready for these things so really interested in that this idea of like what happens when you when you use that tone when you use that color you borrow that thing but at the same time as the very same system that broadcasters used to calibrate signal so this thing of signaling innocent and and if you think about it and I'll ideally basically generate so much digital information how much of it can be highly calibrate that so so in a way of giving a not to that that for this piece comes out of so and then this 1 led to the next 1
which this is making the rounds throughout the play so this was z can our in a couple years ago here in the now this is floating around Eastern Europe and these areas they look really small in the photograph but this is the same piece but let out from the back of culture photo this union better idea of of this case
so you you see every little bit that pieces and all of these things coming together so that there about 3 meters tall each of these slides and and and they and they lit up to the back so and
and then this is a body of work that deal with so this thing of like you know libraries archives and we all have them we'll create personal archives and if you look at every single photo you've ever shot in we should probably have a record of the you know so you have all the so what you we were all keeping our own private archives in I have my own private archive that I'm doing as a parallel archive to the FBI but it doesn't have to be for the FBI I mean we all will be in this room I'm sure everybody years been watched by the government and this and this probably a few people from from the shady organizations in this room right here anyway so certainly the conference but which are looking at here is every every up in 1 of those images and this is pretty grainy black-and-white image on top and it looks like every other industrial rooftop it's a rooftop of the building you can see that the fans of the exhaust and events in the lower right seems like because all things and most buildings don't have boats this happens to be the rooftop of the NSA this is this is so so really what I can look as again say and and and OR specanimal the same business were kind of all the information business accepted they like to keep there's to themselves and to lead given up to everybody so you know we we we operate a little differently in our business but we're kind of in the same business so the center but this piece out and really this thing of like you also in the way always the Kulick selfies but they're not really because when I photographed these things so post about this for now so you know photographing
this and I could I could have taken the camera and I could a photograph you right now but instead there's this very anonymous looking thing and like you know if you can discover if you bend in this room you know this to without its but only in the same way this is
like really like and so the cameras not pointing towards me but the cameras pointing outward and that's what's really important
here and this poses and thousands and thousands of these I am not so the fees it's become a
common thing and that's no shame in in in
in in in you know saying you like the self is mean a President Obama try to make the locus of the stick and selfies look up pretty respectable I can't I can't use the new guy I can't I can't just barely see him so I have to go with this guy have to go the warmer of his in that's important but you know he's he's thinking that so when he's taken an image what happens now when you look at the
images but this is this is the reason we're seeing that's that's up on my website right now and as soon as I leave this room will be a new image of a pop up and then when I get to the hotel you'll see another image and then when I get to you know the wherever I go retinitis another image but anyway so in every few moments like I chat at times that changes so when we're seeing this image
but really this is what this is with the computer since and then the son of you and I'm sure you know about this but for those that are not aware of it I mean you know when you look at the x of data by use cortical next of reader to to extract what my user with the data that's behind it so you can see with the images so that was shot right there in that location we know that because that's how our absent 0 to which you like to check it from here that's how it knows the location to location services that's pretty simple and that's although the metadata that's going but these were just really interesting the fact that when you look at the the altitude of this image the of the altitude is 186 . 0 6 1 6 4 3 rough sounds about right for lighting from this area 186 meters that altitude yes no mean I'm assuming it's correct because that's what the phones telling me but similar words really this is when you look at the image direction so I mean we know the latitude longitude that's a given the opportunity that's a new 1 because an image taken on the on the level of the ground level will look very different than an image shot of 20 at the 30th floor of a building because the barometric sensor inside the phone will put a different altitude number in there so we know that this image can also if I were to show should essentially the roof looking down that image probably will be about 188 189 190 meters because of the distance of the other part this lives in the image of direction the camera was tilted at 163 degrees from North 0 being North 90 180 South 270 Wessels slightly south of the cameras point pointed slightly south issue which is exactly what the cameras point now why does this matter it was only a few years ago that we were thinking you mean pool is going to drive up and down every single road and record every single street yes basically only that's holding back in certain places is the country's laws are there on the local things aside from that not only the drive up and down every single road in every single city in every single country that they can they do this repeatedly year after year after year after year after year some places they'll still put your congenital have look at someone on a boat to go through uncertain pedestrian only islands will be somewhat carrier back out of those who will cameras around so it wasn't that long ago that this concept that Google would catalog every possible outdoor space this seen so far fetched it's only a matter of time before we collectively photograph every indoor space in the catalog every single indoor space and the photograph of the and sooner or later this database we do this database of every indoor image with all the metadata we can re stitch every an interior space with recreate arranges this so love and you
know you when you look at your freedom locations in the look and think you know exactly what would you've come on you knew what what's the minute you walk into a play what minute you walked out of place the the mean you
know how how does your phone know that you've taken the 8 thousand 934 steps it's counting every single 1 of them and no you what 3 you know it you've done 5 flight flights today because it knows that your altitude change of year-to-year here and it knows every 2nd you've done all this and this is this is kind of crazy so you you you cross reference all of this data I mean and and shorter basically giving up our phones them in this data is being collected and it's gonna happen it's going to get archived I mean in others and a view that you know that these can and that these bones were just like in it's inevitable and we're not gonna give up our lives without them so you cross reference all of these and we very quickly you create a complete picture of the owner of that device now back in the old
days you know you have to have intelligence agencies would waste all of this energy will follow people around I mean if you know it wasn't that long ago what happened right here and then you have people following other people around you have database and you have archives on other archives this record keeping this massive amounts of analog record-keeping was not know this is not far fetched this happened very recently now why should why should they and do that today when they can just go 1 the companies and say hey you want you can so
now we know of course here's a in 10 coaxing on no we don't we don't give our information they understand we do that are we know a little
different you know I mean remedies these inference node mean this is obvious in a lot of it
doesn't say when we when it does not say when the NSA intercepted each of these dates when present collection began for each provided that they're being called providers here the reason they're being called providers is because these are the companies they're providing the information to the NSA so while Tim Cook and say that he doesn't know what while you can say
why can say all he wants about he doesn't know that that they don't involve themselves we know
otherwise we this is proved so
we also helping is like a you have said if if the tech companies of these organizations large multinational tech companies can provide this information like you would for ourselves why can't we just put this up there and what and when not to put everything out there whether it's relevant or not and the 1 I just might up the whole system the so I'm really interested in this
idea of like creator on archives you is building this is the team the data center in separate scope at the corner of 2nd Paulson this is a project they call Hawkeye which is actually 18 keys internal code name for this data center and uh shortly before 2007 about a little over 10 years ago there were wrong there was a whistle-blower them with the that came forward it was in the room 641 a of this building which basically what happens in the approach 16 telecom companies in the US and said we like a copier data stream and 15 of the sixties a short help yourself you know make yourself at home there's only 1 company that said you know we're not really sure of the legalities of this skin you come back with a warrant and tell us we're looking for and we will will provide you can tell us what you want but you know you had you had 15 of the 16 just go help had so what would basically what happened in in 2007 not in know of my crew knows what it is now but in 2007 it was estimated that there was a 200 in 13 terabytes of phone records in this building so every phone record of every in domestic call on the US was was archived and that of course that multiple datacenters is just 1 of many now we can call belong to it when you call a grandma does that phone called does information that phone call this had belong to you this that belong to grandma does that belong to the phone company in their licensing a one-time that we don't know need with this who actually owns data so is really interested in this that and and keeping a record so I know the Wilykit keeping records which is lying down my my mobile phone provider in the US similarly unconquered my own records and
this is all my others log files of all the people come by my website and you can see all the plants the
mission show little bit cleaner version you can see all the all the lovely happy people that come by like the Terrorist Screening Center of Central Intelligence Agency or the you know the National Geospatial-Intelligence a satellite why they come by I mean I I'm glad to be like part I'm glad we have patrons of the arts In in these organizations but because I mean like the combined frequently enough not really sure what they're doing but I'm I'm glad I'm glad they like what I did but so I really have to think 1 particular person for making my or career possible and I would be Dick Cheney and because it
was not predict Cheney I would not be a topic unanimously possible that Dick Cheney and really mean he's he's really responsible for a lot of things have happened recently so thank you to change if you're if you're listening which you probably are because you know everything and you are in you have your people anyway so
a few years ago so I smoke but does 2010 with to the I start at a job User Maryland which in College Park when I see Marilyn most people assume Baltimore because that's the main city in Maryland but regular close to Washington DC so you can see so there's College
Park that's that's where I work this is the FBI headquarters This is the CIA This is the NSA you triangulate the 3 it ends up on my campus so it's only appropriate denotes the personal we had this budget problem in the US right now so I'm like helping them out it's like you guys can I help you guys now grab a moving like right next to to have a waste to resources by the way if I
start come rank as the most militarized university in America were number 1 of them we're not number 1 football or anything it takes a while for that sort of stuff but was militarized that's pretty easy you can do that
usually but also it's an amazing place in DC is what should this is a great place to be part this real estate is really really really expensive like housing is really in company town like while so you need to live their lives you know your work in government so wildly real surprise a lot of parts the country go up and down Washington just keep going up and up and up and up and up so has they do but that I found this piece of
land the same Michael's maybe you look over here it says the average listing price in physical which is the the postal code in that area is 797 thousand 303 dollars back in 2010 of is the hundred thousand dollars that time the average and I found this piece of land for only 74 thousand bottles I want this I want this I want this and I think I need to do something and it's about our halfway framework which is a bit too that it's possible anyway so this is where the houses of there
this further up so it's says Simitis so beautiful
place you see the nature all by the set we oblong shape of there this is a little less driveway
that would most treat that house in the water that belong
to this guy so on the neighborhood for lower so this is this
is his of his at the gate
this is his driveway he drives up this way
and he is a 5 carbon Roger to those grudges go back pretty deep this is
swimming pool hang out here over the summers hang out in know tho some parties this is the front
room this is the kitchen this is where he
sleeps and that this is where plot world
domination would hang out the yellowcake up there the right so this is the place on I'm hoping to
build this is what I was trying to build but the listing just had disappeared it literally just disappeared and I'm convinced and so you know it's like Canada is that the people to embody just the littlest not to me but there was a withdrawal and sold it just like disappear so these days have
become additional conceptual progerin actually painting them and I'm photographing the paintings
so this I'm actually showing so in know it's it's so OK here's my thanks a lot here's a man Dick Cheney with non 0 you deal with the former vice-president you're dealing with the form you do the former CEO of Halliburton like every this man has every motivation to be secret this man money is no object and yet if I can show you where he sleeps and where he eats and where he spends and what we know about us and ultimately self trained this I'm not even I'm I'm not even like you know I'm not even like that that tech-savvy in some images can just like duct tape things together to find things whatever I needed but what do entire companies and corporations and countries that really have the motivation to dig through our information what can they get about us so I'd like to leave you with this that you know we really need to come up with a different idea and a different interpretation and the meaning of what Privacy in the 21st century means this is no longer a we can we can no longer afford to use the same definitions of privacy that we use 50 years ago or a hundred years ago or 200 years ago or even just 5 years ago even just last week we need to have a much more adaptive and open idea what this means to us and for each us this will mean mean something differently so when I leave you with that and thank you very much and I am happy to take some questions thank
you so if you want to use the designated you always on the run and and at the same
time actually you know Theorem for you know when a little bit his
income by an offer I can be friends with them that's doing there they're actually not that
of the other and then they can only do not want to be friends in the like the user to watch the
distance it think that the union of
little amount point is at your house because the time you get we have a shooting range in the back like
it's it's fair enough yeah it's it's because it's fun further questions then
it and you and so
it are kind of anticipated things that now we can take a very
common is there any way in which your
part practice has evolved responded to having and you were
a younger generation of students is here every year in your classes for whom Instagram so the 6 may be just 2nd nature to them yeah and I think it's really interesting watching how all of the people and if the generations because if the lot also has to
do with the way we communicate with there was a very
specific generation write a letter in the intergenerational right in the woods
call and then you have text and that if
people right you over e-mail and the people of all the text you we were seeing that we were and they were
actually living in that right now because we have to deal with certain different as the people that only deal with different modes
of communication so really think that it's the interesting thing is at that time is compressed because
we've only had people that communicate a writing for hundreds of years then would have people only
communicated and phone for maybe 30 to
50 maybe a little longer and and now we only had like in the last 5 years we've had
this in the now down to like 1 year so who knows what the next method will be but I really think a lot of
it has to do with this adaptation taking a lot of things really interesting is they give like like migration and in a way in the whole
immigration topics in some real hot topic politically right now but we also need to think about this form
of the digital perspective because it
Wiechert we tend to use the word digital native a lot but we never actually use the word digital immigrant but yeah that's all of us in some
way but very few of us mean that yes
there there are certain there's a certain generation that is 100 per cent digital from day 1 but for most of
us at least of a certain age we were all digital immigrants and I think that that that type of
shift think that have understanding of it and
it has an impact and particularly in terms of in terms of
dealing with the learning in dealing with education you know at what point is
it a natively learned skill verses a naturalized
the migratory type of the action so that hopefully that answers to doubt about the good question the
and it was
and no no there's no longer is talking too much because it goes along its talking too much would all be in trouble but you know this is interesting
because they're very much about their it's very much a 1
one-way direction they're they're not about of the data
editorialize don't provide opinions they only take information they ask you
questions and they take information so you could answer them with 1
word or you can answer them with millions
and I've just decided that keep keep talking keep talking that can come under
relatively in I think cooperative person I I don't like to be helpful but really
what it is it's it's really it's it's defined through compliance it's it's this it's this level of aggressive compliance at a certain point I try to be so helpful and completely not helped a
little so thank you taking the question
the the
fuses with the user or is a question from you
didn't know about what anybody else OK remove the origin yeah so you don't need to
read that the great you know again
through the years on that isn't rests on I'm sure I'm sure there's people from some some government
organization of this place so all within a drink later together so great is that the 1
that was devoted to realize there was very little
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Titel Tracking Transience
Serientitel 34th Chaos Communication Congress
Autor Elahi, Hasan
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung 4.0 International:
Sie dürfen das Werk bzw. den Inhalt zu jedem legalen Zweck nutzen, verändern und in unveränderter oder veränderter Form vervielfältigen, verbreiten und öffentlich zugänglich machen, sofern Sie den Namen des Autors/Rechteinhabers in der von ihm festgelegten Weise nennen.
DOI 10.5446/34916
Herausgeber Chaos Computer Club e.V.
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract Hasan Elahi is an interdisciplinary artist working with issues in surveillance, privacy, migration, citizenship, technology, and the challenges of borders. An erroneous tip called into law enforcement authorities in 2002 subjected Elahi to an intensive investigation by the FBI and after undergoing months of interrogations, he was finally cleared of suspicions. After this harrowing experience, Elahi conceived “Tracking Transience” and opened just about every aspect of his life to the public. Predating the NSA’s PRISM surveillance program by half a decade, the project questions the consequences of living under constant surveillance and continuously generates databases of imag- ery that tracks the artist and his points of transit in real-time. Although initially created for his FBI agent, the public can also monitor the artist’s communication records, banking transactions, and transportation logs along with various intelligence and government agencies who have been confirmed visiting his website.
Schlagwörter Art & Culture

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