Collaborations and related work
The members of the institute have been collaborating with each other in different constellations for more than ten years. Their experiences include: self-initiated research, project development, advocacy and policy work, successful funding applications for academic and artistic research, management of teams and budgets.
Projects + Research
- Gürses, S. and Poon, M., Programmable Infrastructures. Also with an instance at TU Delft with R. Dobbe.
- Seeta Peña Gangadharan, Seda Gürses, Suresh Venkatasubramanian, Critiquing and Rethinking Accountability, Fairness and Transparency, an event co-located with the FaccT Conerence, 2020.
- Bogdan Kulynych, Bekah Overdorf, Ero Balsa, Carmela Troncoso, Seda Gürses, Protective Optimisation Technologies, EPFL, Cornell Tech, TU Delft.
- The Underground Division (Helen Pritchard, Femke Snelting, Jara Rocha), ROCK REPO
- Possible Bodies (Femke Snelting, Jara Rocha), Volumetric Regimes
- Regenerative Energy Communities (Helen Pritchard, Miranda Moss, Daniel Gustafsson, Eric Snodgrass), REC
- Miriyam Aouragh, Layal Ftouni, Maayke Botman, Sruti Bala. 2021 Insurgent intersectionality. Bookchapter, forthcoming. Jennifer Nash (eds.), Routledge companion to intersectionality.
- Pritchard, Helen, Rocha, Jara, & Snelting, Femke. (2020). Figurations of Timely Extraction. Media Theory, 4(2), 155-188. https://journalcontent.mediatheoryjournal.org/index.php/mt/article/view/123
- Helen Pritchard, Loren Britton. For CS in: Interactions, Volume XXVII.4 July-August 2020 https://interactions.acm.org/blog/view/for-cs
- Pritchard, Helen; Rocha, Jara and Snelting, Femke. 2020. We Have Always Been Geohackers. In: Annike Haas; Maximilian Haas; Hanna Magauer and Dennis Pohl, eds. How to Relate: Knowledges, Arts, Practices. Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag. (Book Section, In Press)
- Seda Gürses, Bekah Overdorf, Bogdan Kulynych, Ero Balsa, Carmela Troncoso (2018), “Questioning the Assumptions Behind Fairness Solutions”, Workshop on Critiquing and Correcting Trends in Machine Learning (co-located with NeuroIPS).
- Seda Gürses, Rebekah Overdorf, Ero Balsa (2018), Stirring the POTs: Protective Optimization Technologies, In Emre Bayamlioglu, Irina Baraliuc, Liisa Janssens, Mireille Hildebrandt (Eds.) Being Profiled: Cogitas Ergo Sum: 10 years of Profiling the European Citizen, Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam.
- S. Gurses, J. Van Hoboken, Privacy after the Agile Turn, In, Jules Polonetsky, Omer Tene, and Evan Selinger (Eds.): Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Privacy (Cambridge University Press) (2018):579-601. https://osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/9gy73/
- Aouragh, Miriyam, and Paula Chakravartty. “Infrastructures of Empire: Towards a Critical Geopolitics of Media and Information Studies.” Media, Culture & Society 38, no. 4 (May 2016): 559–75.
- Femke Snelting, Roel Roscam Abbing and Peggy Pierrot, ‘Modifying the Universal,’ Executing Practices, 33, 2017.
- Gabrys, Jennifer, Pritchard, Helen, & Barratt, Benjamin. (2016). Just good enough data: Figuring data citizenships through air pollution sensing and data stories. Big Data & Society, 3(2), 205395171667967. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/2053951716679677
- Pritchard, Helen, & Gabrys, Jennifer. (2016). From Citizen Sensing to Collective Monitoring: Working through the Perceptive and Affective Problematics of Environmental Pollution. GeoHumanities, 2(2), 354-371. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/2373566X.2016.1234355
- Aouragh, M., Gürses, S., Rocha, J. and Snelting, F. (2015), ‘FCJ-196 Let’s first get things done! On division of labour and techno-political practices of delegation in times of crisis’, The Fibreculture Journal, ‘Entanglements – Activism and Technology’, 26, http://twentysix.fibreculturejournal.org/fcj-196-lets-first-get-things-done-on-division-of-labour-and-techno-political-practices-of-delegation-in-times-of-crisis/