Rien à cacher
At a time of massive collection of online data, Rien à cacher suggests a documented reflexion on our relationship with the shifting notion of privacy. Dominique Leclerc, Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle, François Édouard Bernier and Marilou Craft, all born in the 80s, were all privileged witness of this radical change of the paradigm of intimacy. Stemming from archives, converences, thorough research and interviews with surveillance specialists, they conceived a dynamic performance on the topic of data collection and on the worries that emerge from Big data. Inspired from the documentary format, the show outlines the governmental programs of social surveillance and of the merchandizing of our personal data for businesses, in order to examine the direct impact of such digital radiography on our everyday life.
After the performance, the public is invited to an interactive exhibition. Instructors from ESN514 will be present to answer all questions related to the protection of private life and to accompany those who wish in their first steps towards digital security!