From Openness to Encryption

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Title From Openness to Encryption
Author Kozel, Susan
Date 2016
English abstract
This is a contribution to the discussion of open data. Two atypical stances are taken: the first is that open data cannot be assumed to be defacto a good thing, as such, the consideration needs to broadened to the philosophical, political and social qualities of openness. The second stance is that the topic of openness can be addressed through the concrete relation between bodies and mobile devices. A phenomenological and political narrative is offered in this article resulting in the description of a performative workshop called Performing Encryption where full body movement improvisation became the basis for generating a digital encryption key. The result is that the topic of openness is approached through closure.
Link https://medium.com/the-politics-practices-and-poet... (external link to publication)
Link https://medium.com/the-politics-practices-and-poetics-of-openness/from-openness-to-encryption-a57e49917a88#.el39rn3g6 .Icon
Publisher The Living Archives Project, Malmö University
Host/Issue The Politics, Practices and Poetics of Openness;20160516
Language eng (iso)
Subject Performance
encryption
open data
openness
snowden
augmented reality
mobile media
dance
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/21738 Permalink to this page
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