Black Transparency - The Right to Know in the Age of Mass Surveillance
Not so long ago Bureau Europa moved to Timmerfabriek.
On Saturday 7 September Bureau Europa opened their fascinating new exhibition.
Black Transparency is an exhibition of Metahaven's research and design work, translated by them into visual proposals, info graphics, garments, a short film and video interviews with Internet activists and legal experts about the ambiguity, contradictions, and the potential around the production and distribution of information.
The project Black Transparency questions how information is organised globally and what role the concept of transparency occupies within it. Metahaven's research in this field covers the technological, legal (infra) structures of information, organisation, and power networks of the Internet, in relation to locality.
Read more here.
Black Transparency is open for audience until 3 November.