Addie Wagenknecht Exhibit Examines Life and Privacy in a Digital World

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Artist Addie Wagenknecht's Shellshock exhibit--showing in New York's bitforms gallery--combines everything from drone paintings using interactive pigments to CCTV cameras to circuit boards to tell the story of life and privacy in the modern age.

Wagenknecht tells The Creators Project, "Everyone has a phone and every corner has a CCTV on it- we are inundated with images and symbols and fear, yet all those devices and invisible systems makes people accountable. Almost anyone can document anything and the network copies it, torrents become seeds and the data is no longer ours. There is as much beauty as there is fear in that.”

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