Anti/Surveillance Fashion Show at Maker Faire Answered
Constantly under the lens of the camera, fashion is a natural form in which to explore the relationship between surveillance and culture. How are we watched? How do we watch? How do we present ourselves to the eyes of the world?
I'd like to introduce a fashion show being organized for Maker Faire San Mateo, May 22&23 2010, sponsored by Noisebridge (a hackerspace in San Francisco that I am a founding member of). We are showcasing wearables that can be used for surveillance or to thwart surveillance.
Full details are here, and that page will be updated with more information and a list of participants as they are finalized. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org with specific questions.