As a founding member of the
, I have helped design and implement a variety of projects that help to crack open the black box of surveillance. These include...
The People’s Field Guide to Spotting Surveillance Infrastructure
Inspired by birdspotting guides and designed for easy deplyment in the field. I wrote content, co-edited, and designed entire this playful and accessible zine.
Technologies & concepts Glossary
How to spot various cameras
An activity about targeted ads
A diagram of how the NSA collects data
...and so much more!
field guide PDF︎︎︎
Workshop: Mapping the Surveillance Ecosystem
Today, most of our movements through physical and digital space are surveilled by technology corporations and/or government agencies.
This workshop uses storytelling and collaborative mapping to help participants differentiate and navigate this complex “ecosystem” of technologies, databases, and organizations.
So far, I have run an in-person verson of this workshop at CtrlZ.AI in Barcelona, and a digital version with the Tech Fairness Coalition of Seattle.
previous iterations of the map:
detailed workshop write-up︎︎︎
map process write-up︎︎︎
home of the coveillance toolkit
mobile-responsive and easy to navigate, with graphic elements inspired by the optimistic web 1.0 era
a playful repository of all coveillance materials to date:
*co-designed and developed with
and the entire coveillance team.