Equity Unbound is pleased to invite you to another Studio Visit with special guest sava shaheli singh who is both co-writer & co-producer of “Screening Surveillance“. Screening Surveillance is a short film series that uses near future fiction storytelling based on research to highlight potential social and privacy issues that arise as a result of big data surveillance. Each film raises issues in our understandings of trust and surveilled relations.
Join us on March 18th from 4:30-5:30pm ETTime converter at worldtimebuddy.com
sava saheli singh is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa. Previously, as a postdoc at the Surveillance Studies Centre (SSC) at Queen’s University, she conceptualized, co-created, and co-produced “Screening Surveillance”—a knowledge translation program for the Big Data Surveillance project.
This free workshop is open to educators and students anywhere in the world. Please register for this event here.
The “Screening Surveillance” films for our discussion include:
Blaxites is a film that follows the story of a young woman whose celebratory social media post affects her access to vital medication. Her attempts to circumvent the system leads to even more dire consequences.
A Model Employee
In A Model Employee, to keep her day job at a local restaurant, an aspiring DJ has to wear a tracking wristband. As it tracks her life outside of work, she tries to fool the system, but a new device upgrade means trouble.