The increasing dependence on wireless communication appears at odds with notions of public space: while the air we breathe is considered public,the signals passing through it are often not.
Borrowing tools and techniques from the field of network (in)security, Danja and Julian will expose the otherwise invisible layer of WiFi activity as a rich space for activism, performance, paranoia and audiovisual practice.
Over the course of the workshop participants will prototype ideas using a software toolkit given to participants. In parallel we welcome a lively discussion around the ethical and political implications of this area of study more generally.
This course is open to anyone with a healthy dose of curiosity, creativity and paranoia.
Topics covered include:
The Network (In)security course is open to anyone with a healthy dose of curiosity, creativity and paranoia. No prior technical experience is required.
register for this workshop by sending a short motivation to firstname.lastname@example.org