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Work, Musings, Writings and Projects from FLEFF's Checkpoints Lab 2011

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Posted by Nicholas Knouf at 10:17PM   |  Add a comment

Week 3 is about surveillance, and specifically techniques for both counteracting surveillance technologies as well as highlighting their inherent contradictions. Humor plays a role in how people have responded to surveillance, as seen in the videos embedded below and the project by the F.A.T. Lab.


Institute for Applied Autonomy, "i-SEE 'Now more than ever.'", (accessed January 23, 2011).

Clive Thompson, "The Visible Man: An FBI Target Puts His Whole Life Online", 2007, (accessed January 23, 2011).

Regine Debatty, "Sousveillance culture - we make money not art", September 16, 2007, (accessed January 23, 2011).


Hasan Elahi, Tracking Transcience (ongoing).

IAA, iSee (2001).

F.A.T. Lab, TSA Undergarments (2010).

Julian Oliver and Danja Vasilev, Newstweek (2011),


Hasan Elahi speaking about his project on The Colbert Report:

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Documentation of the Institute for Applied Autonomy's iSee Project:

iSee - The Institute for Applied Autonomy from Rich Pell on Vimeo.

Newstweek demonstration video:

Newstweek: The Short Demonstration from newstweek on Vimeo.


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