Summer of Know: Surveillance and Civil Liberties in the Age of Hacking

Artist Trevor Paglen and Ben Wizner, Director, ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, address surveillance and civil liberties in the age of hacking. Moderated by Nat Trotman, Curator, Performance and Media.

The Guggenheim Museum presents a series of conversations that bring together contemporary artists who think deeply about the most urgent social, political, environmental, or legal challenges facing our world today, with individuals who tackle those issues outside of the cultural sphere. Moderated or introduced by Guggenheim curators, these informal discussions invite different perspectives and are premised on the meeting of profound conviction with empirical experience. Summer of Know provides a forum for responding to and engaging with current issues as they are filtered through the generative lens of art.

Conversations take place in Cafe 3, where drinks and food are available. Please note capacity is limited.











When: Tue., Jul. 25, 2017 at 6:30 pm
Where: Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Ave. (at 89th St.)
212-423-3500
Price: Free with museum admission
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Artist Trevor Paglen and Ben Wizner, Director, ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, address surveillance and civil liberties in the age of hacking. Moderated by Nat Trotman, Curator, Performance and Media.

The Guggenheim Museum presents a series of conversations that bring together contemporary artists who think deeply about the most urgent social, political, environmental, or legal challenges facing our world today, with individuals who tackle those issues outside of the cultural sphere. Moderated or introduced by Guggenheim curators, these informal discussions invite different perspectives and are premised on the meeting of profound conviction with empirical experience. Summer of Know provides a forum for responding to and engaging with current issues as they are filtered through the generative lens of art.

Conversations take place in Cafe 3, where drinks and food are available. Please note capacity is limited.