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Getting Intimate with invisible audiences, Mushon Zer-Aviv by Mind Map: Getting Intimate with invisible audiences, Mushon Zer-Aviv
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Getting Intimate with invisible audiences, Mushon Zer-Aviv

about

Artist & Designer

of Ars Electronica fame

mushon.com

@mushon

ShiftSpace.org

Subject

privacy

Questions

Who uses the Internet?

Who uses the street?

Who are the cultural leaders today?

geeks

Privacy & openness

not black & white

Information wants to be free != People wants to be free

There's a scale between private & public

Social media is performative

Not only communication, only presenting oneself

Hana Arendt quote on public spaces

enable people to understand the norms regulating society

let people express themselves & learn from the feedback of others

enable people to convert sayings or actions to "real" thru the others witnessing them

Danna Boyd quote on social networks as mediated publics

4 unique characteristics

Persistence

Searchability

Replicabiility

Scale

all 4 leading to, Invisible Audiences, key factor in discussion on privacy

Example: chatroullete

Mediated publics?

No persistence

No searchability

No replicability

No Scale

and therefore, No Invisible Audiences

No content

Rather conversation

Much more like physical public spaces than social media spaces

You can watch but cannot touch

Maybe this example can teach us how to create spaces with grey shades of privacy

Southpark sketh on chatroullete

Taking screenshot/screencast destroys all charcteristics of public spaces

You get, Persistence, Searchability, Replicabiility, Scale, and therefore, Exposure to Invisible Audiences

No more conversation, rather content

When adding digital devices & media to public spaces (the street) you add to it the

Persistence

Searchability

Replicabiility

Scale

Invisible Audiences

Maybe we should start thinking on:

Life without privacy

Ian Graham

Privacy isn't relevant in pre-technical/pre-democratic societies

But what about invisible audiences

Quote from Genesis

Adam & Eve hide from God, whose asks: Where are you?

i.e., Adam & Eve are afraid of invisible audiences

Is privacy for Terrorists only?

People say

I've got nothing to hide

Quote from Genesis

Noah son's see Noah drunk & naked after he saved the world, & tells about it to his brother

<hilarious image of naked Noah on his son's facebook wall>

Quote of Faucolt

The power of the penopticon is that in making the priosioner always visible, the power is enforced without being executed

walking is publishing

Message

Urban planners, sociologists & technologists should now start designing new protocols that rethink & redesign public & mediated spaces

Example

Twitter search technical constraints (e.g., you can't search history) rather do good by making it less content & more conversation

Q&A

Negative example is Huxley's "Brave new world"

Essay + Video