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403 FORBIDDEN Exhibition Podcast

403 FORBIDDEN Exhibition Podcast

By EULA-5 Collective
403 FORBIDDEN is the podcast for EULA-5's titular digital exhibition. It explores the way identity and ownership are maintained and negotiated in digital spaces.

At the apex of the Digital Revolution, we have become experts at building and curating our online identity which transcends our physical limitations. As we carefully navigate sensibilities of taste and content, form judgements, and learn from immaterial interactions with one another, we establish our critical consciousness.

Join us as we rethink, reimagine, subvert, invert, and liberate ownership within digital realms and spaces.
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Episode 4 - What Does the (Digital) Future Hold for Museums and Galleries in a Post-Pandemic World?
We've returned for the last episode of the 403 FORBIDDEN podcast! In this episode, we talk about the affordance of the digital sphere in the curatorial context. Talking points include: The Internet + democracy Benefits of the digital Art activism #ClimateStrikeOnline Aesthetics Beijing-based X Museum Google Arts & Culture Walter Benjamin's “aura of authenticity” The future of online exhibitions and more! ABOUT THE EXHIBITION 403 FORBIDDEN, explores the nuances of how identity and ownership are maintained and negotiated in digital spaces. Curators Kalina, Nuo, Razieh, Candide, and Na'ama (EULA-5) explore the connection between the digital and physical realms, considering notions of identity and presence. Through artworks by Jenn Liv, Julia Makivic, and Zhazha Zhang that are immersive and relatable, 403 FORBIDDEN seeks to answer questions of how we define ownership in a space where privacy and ownership are abstract. Join us as we rethink, reimagine, subvert, invert, and liberate ownership within digital realms and spaces. 👽 FOLLOW US 👽 Instagram: www.instagram.com/eula.collective.5 Facebook: www.facebook.com/eula.collective.5 www.403forbidden.digital SHOW NOTES A detailed outline of this episode can be found here: https://bit.ly/episode-4-notes LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT Though our exhibition is virtual, it is tied to a collective that was formed for a course at OCAD University. We acknowledge the ancestral and traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinaabe and the Huron-Wendat, who are the original owners and custodians of the land on which we inhabit and create.
19:19
November 23, 2020
Episode 3 - Claiming Ownership Online and IRL: DRM, Memes, and Ratajkowski
We're back with another episode of the 403 FORBIDDEN podcast! In this episode, we talk about how digital and physical modes of claiming ownership coincide. Talking points include:  copyright copyLEFT Digital Rights Management (DRM) software RiP!: A Remix Manifesto The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) vs everyone Emily Ratajkowski the Success Kid meme SOPA / PIPA Sharbat Gula and more! ABOUT THE EXHIBITION 403 FORBIDDEN, explores the nuances of how identity and ownership are maintained and negotiated in digital spaces. Curators Kalina, Nuo, Razieh, Candide, and Na'ama (EULA-5) explore the connection between the digital and physical realms, considering notions of identity and presence. Through artworks by Jenn Liv, Julia Makivic, and Zhazha Zhang that are immersive and relatable, 403 FORBIDDEN seeks to answer questions of how we define ownership in a space where privacy and ownership are abstract. Join us as we rethink, reimagine, subvert, invert, and liberate ownership within digital realms and spaces. 👽 FOLLOW US 👽 Instagram: www.instagram.com/eula.collective.5 Facebook: www.facebook.com/eula.collective.5 www.403forbidden.digital SHOW NOTES A detailed outline of this episode can be found here: https://bit.ly/episode-3-notes LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT Though our exhibition is virtual, it is tied to a collective that was formed for a course at OCAD University. We acknowledge the ancestral and traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinaabe and the Huron-Wendat, who are the original owners and custodians of the land on which we inhabit and create.
25:54
November 23, 2020
Episode 2 - Whose (Digital) Space is it Anyway? Exploring Ownership, Identity, and Algorithmic Bias
Welcome back to the 403 FORBIDDEN podcast! In this episode, we talk about claiming ownership, digital identity, and the nuances of algorithmic biases (from the perspective of race and accessibility). Talking points include: Perceived ownership of stolen land tumblr Claiming ownership online Identity in the digital age Who has agency over technology Joy Buolamwini's idea of the "power-shadow" Social Dilemma Algorithmic biases Accessibility to technology/with technology and more! ABOUT THE EXHIBITION 403 FORBIDDEN, explores the nuances of how identity and ownership are maintained and negotiated in digital spaces. Curators Kalina, Nuo, Razieh, Candide, and Na'ama (EULA-5) explore the connection between the digital and physical realms, considering notions of identity and presence. Through artworks by Jenn Liv, Julia Makivic, and Zhazha Zhang that are immersive and relatable, 403 FORBIDDEN seeks to answer questions of how we define ownership in a space where privacy and ownership are abstract. Join us as we rethink, reimagine, subvert, invert, and liberate ownership within digital realms and spaces. 👽 FOLLOW US 👽 Instagram: www.instagram.com/eula.collective.5 Facebook: www.facebook.com/eula.collective.5 www.403forbidden.digital SHOW NOTES A detailed outline of this episode can be found here: www.bit.ly/episode-2-notes-403 LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT Though our exhibition is virtual, it is tied to a collective that was formed for a course at OCAD University. We acknowledge the ancestral and traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinaabe and the Huron-Wendat, who are the original owners and custodians of the land on which we inhabit and create.
27:09
November 23, 2020
Episode 1 - Digital Art, Poor Images, and How We Put Together an Art Exhibition during a Pandemic
Welcome to the 403 FORBIDDEN podcast! In this episode, we talk about the premise of our titular opening exhibition, digital art, and the concept of the poor image. Talking points include Being independent curators in grad school Putting together an art exhibition during the COVID-19 pandemic Digital art/post-Internet art The three types of virtual exhibitions, according to Jonas Blume Roland Barthes’s The Death of the Author Hito Steyerl's concept of the Poor Image Racial biases in technology Safiya Umoja Noble's “Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism” and more! ABOUT THE EXHIBITION 403 FORBIDDEN, explores the nuances of how identity and ownership are maintained and negotiated in digital spaces. Curators Kalina, Nuo, Razieh, Candide, and Na'ama (EULA-5) explore the connection between the digital and physical realms, considering notions of identity and presence. Through artworks by Jenn Liv, Julia Makivic, and Zhazha Zhang that are immersive and relatable, 403 FORBIDDEN seeks to answer questions of how we define ownership in a space where privacy and ownership are abstract. Join us as we rethink, reimagine, subvert, invert, and liberate ownership within digital realms and spaces. 👽 FOLLOW US 👽 Instagram: www.instagram.com/eula.collective.5 Facebook: www.facebook.com/eula.collective.5 www.403forbidden.digital SHOW NOTES A detailed outline of this episode can be found here: www.bit.ly/episode-1-notes LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT Though our exhibition is virtual, it is tied to a collective that was formed for a course at OCAD University. We acknowledge the ancestral and traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinaabe and the Huron-Wendat, who are the original owners and custodians of the land on which we inhabit and create.
22:56
November 23, 2020