Past SITUATION

SITUATION #47: Algorithms We Live By, A Selected Bibliography

17.09.–27.11.2016

online

The following is a collection of diverse materials exploring the hidden filters behind networked digital images. Through an eclectic bibliography consisting of online projects, non artistic materials, texts and academic positions, algorithms regulating the online image world are made visible. These reveal the politics embedded with them and inseparably connected to the photographs appearing on our screens.


Taryn Simon and Aaron Swartz, Image Atlas, 2012; http://www.imageatlas.org/


Dina Kellerman, I'm Google, 2011–ongoing; http://dinakelberman.tumblr.com/


DIS collective, DISimages, 2015; http://disimages.com/


Rafaël Rozendaal, Abstract Browsing, 2014; http://www.abstractbrowsing.net/


@jackyalcine, Google Photos y'all fucked up. My friend's not a gorilla, 2015; https://twitter.com/jackyalcine/status/615329515909156865?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw


wzamen01, HP computers are racist, 2009; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4DT3tQqgRM


Safiya Umoja Noble, "Google Search: Hyper-visibility as a Means of Rendering Black Women and Girls Invisibly", in Invisible Culture, Issue 19, 2013; http://ivc.lib.rochester.edu/google-search-hyper-visibility-as-a-means-of-rendering-black-women-and-girls-invisible/


Kim Asendorf, 100.000.000 stolen pixels, 2010; http://kimasendorf.com/100000000/


Sebastian Schmieg, Search by Image, 2011–ongoing; http://www.sebastianschmieg.com/searchbyimage/


Lydia Heller, “Rassismus und Sexismus im Web: wie sich Stereotype in Suchmaschinen festsetzen” in Deutschlandradio Kultur, 8 September 2016; http://www.deutschlandradiokultur.de/rassismus-und-sexismus-im-web-wie-sich-stereotype-in.976.de.html?dram:article_id=362153


Sebastian Moll, “Präzise berechneter Rassismus”, in Zeit Online, 6 June 2016; http://www.zeit.de/gesellschaft/zeitgeschehen/2016-06/algorithmen-rassismus-straftaeter-usa-justiz-aclu


Patrick Beuth, "Nein, die Suchmaschine ist nicht rassistisch", in Zeit Online, 9 June 2016; http://www.zeit.de/digital/internet/2016-06/google-three-black-teenagers-suchmaschine-rassismus


Social Media Collective, Critical Algorithm Studies: A Timeline, 2016; http://tarletongillespie.org/timeline.html


Lucas D. Introna and David Wood, "Picturing Algorithmic Surveillance: The Politics of Facial Recognition Systems", in Surveillance & Society CCTV Special 2(2/3): 177–198, 2004; http://surveillance-and-society.org/articles2(2)/algorithmic.pdf


Sam Levin, “'Facebook needs an editor': media experts urge change after photo dispute”, in Guardian Online, 10 September 2016; https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/sep/10/facebook-news-media-editor-vietnam-photo-censorship

Cluster: Filter