The Institute of Fine Arts invites you to attend an important discussion between Simone Browne, Kade Crockford, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, and Avital Meshi, on Privacy, Security, and Race in AI. This exemplary group of artists and scholars will discuss one of the most pressing and pervasive issues of our day: the proliferation of modes of surveillance and how they disproportionately harm marginalized communities.
The exhibition continues the Great Hall Exhibition series’ commitment to celebrating the contributions of exemplary women artists. It is the second in the series to take place online. Avital Meshi: Subverting the Algorithmic Gaze will be on view on the Institute’s website from March 28 – June 21.
This exhibition was made possible through the generous support of Valeria Napoleone XX.
We extend special thanks to the artist for lending her works on view. Goldie Gross, Alejandra López-Oliveros, and Janelle Miniter curated the exhibition. Jason Varone designed the website and Professors Edward J. Sullivan and Christine Poggi provided faculty support.