Conversations around the exhibition

Surveillé·e·s

Conversations around the exhibition

Representing the intangible, commenting on or alerting society, these and other issues will be discussed in our series of conversations with artists showing in our exhibition Surveillé·e·s, The themes are the following:

Friday 14 September, 5pm-6.15pm : Societal Change in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
Speakers: Caroline Campbell and Nina McGowan of Loitering Theatre (artists included in Surveillé·e·s)
Elaine Hoey, artist in residence working in virtual reality
Chair: Professor Barry O’Sullivan of University College Cork, specialist in artificial intelligence
Reservations here

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Saturday 15 September, 11.30am-1pm: State Surveillance: A Necessary Evil?
Speakers : Declan Clarke, Irina Gheorge and Colin Martin (artists included in Surveillé·e·s)
Mick Moran, Garda (Police) Attaché at the Embassy of Ireland Paris
Chair: Dakota Root (Harvard, ENS Paris)
Reservations here

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Saturday 15 September, 2.30pm-3.30pm: Living under the CCTV Gaze
Speakers: Karl Burke, Teresa Dillon, Benjamin Gaulon and Ian Wieczorek (artists included in Surveillé·e·s)
Chair: Dakota Root (Harvard, ENS Paris)
Reservations here

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And also:
Thursday 8 November, 6pm-7pm: Photographers Willie Doherty and Donovan Wylie will be in discussion with art critic Sean O’Hagan as part of our Paris Photo weekend events.
Reservations here