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Blackbox Clemson

Marie Jarrell

Blackbox Clemson by Marie Jarrell This art piece examines what kind of roles social media can play in surveillance and privacy. As digital media and recording devices become more pervasive, how does our desire to record our world affect our ability to control access to ourselves? As social media is used in everything from recording police brutality to online harassment, discussion about these topics becomes evermore necessary. This project is just a cardboard box with LED lights, but it is not meant to be an actual device. Rather it is a possible prototype for the future meant to help us have a conversation today.
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