International seminar day 2
Drone Vision in Sweden: panel discussion with artists and activists
How do drones effect how we see and what we know? What does the asymmetry of drone vision mean for those living under drone surveillance and what are the consequences of drone technologies in the context of Sweden? On the occasion of the Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance, Protest exhibition at Hasselblad Center, the Hasselblad Foundation and Valand Academy, Gothenburg University presents an afternoon forum with artists, researchers and activists to explore the effects of drone technologies on political protest and war.
The panel discussion is a part of a two-day seminar event in collaboration with the Gothenburg Art Museum and the Gothenburg City Library. With support from the Swedish Art Council, Gothenburg city and The Olof Palme Memorial Fund.
Sarah Tuck, researcher and curator of the exhibition Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance and Protest, Academy Valand, Gothenburg University
Louise Wolthers, researcher and curator of the exhibition Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance and Protest, Hasselblad foundation
Behjat Omer Abdulla, artist
Mhairi Sutherland, artist
Ignacio Acosta, artist
Henrik Blind, member of the municipal executive committee in Jokkmokk (Swedish Green Party) and sámi activist
Adnan Abdul Ghani, initiator of the Restad Gård Support Group
Wayne Stephen Coetzee, Lecturer in Political Science, University West
The discussion will be held in English.