UCDARnet satellite exhibition at CN(S)I (2)

Sharon Daniel, Public Secrets and Bloodsugar

January 29, 2009, 5:00 pm   » 

This exhibition brings together three artists, Ricardo Dominguez, Sharon Daniel and Beatrice da Costa, whose work explores digital media's capability of representing a growing amount of data in constantly evolving relations. Curated by Christiane Paul, Whitney Museum of Art.

Public Secrets provides an interactive interface to an audio archive of hundreds of statements made by current and former prisoners, which unmask the secret injustices on the war on drugs, the criminal justice system and the prison industrial complex. Bloodsugar is a “new media documentary” that will examine the social and political construction of poverty, alienation, addiction and insanity in American society through the eyes of those who live it.

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California Nanosystems Institute (CNSI)
570 Westwood Plaza
Building 114
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1456
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