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FAX (FACTS) BOMB, a participatory lecture at San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery on June 30th


On June 30th I will be presenting “Fax (Facts) Bomb” in conjunction with the San Francisco Art Commission Gallery’s current exhibition, FAX. Through a participatory slideshow I will trace the evolution of technology and its effects on protest tactics and surveillance focusing on topics such as the invention of the camcorder, facebook black-outs, twitter’s new home in San Francisco, online petitions, Zapatista’s cyber sit-ins and BART police’s infringement on freedom of speech. This event will also feature Diana Block and other longtime activists as they talk about their experience with technology, protest and policing. Come join the conversation!

San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery
401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco
Saturday, June 30th at 5PM