Marloes de Valk
Marloes de Valk (NL) is a software artist and writer in the post-despair stage of coping with the threat of global warming and being spied on by the devices surrounding her. Surprised by the obsessive dedication with which we, even post-Snowden, share intimate details about ourselves to an often not too clearly defined group of others, astounded by the deafening noise we generate while socializing with the technology around us, she is looking to better understand why.
She is a PhD researcher at the Centre for the Study of the Networked Image at London South Bank University, in collaboration with The Photographer's Gallery, looking into the material and social impact of the networked image on the climate crisis.
|2022||RWXRWXRWX: Pattern languages and keywords to debug computational practices||Keynote|
|2022||chmod 777: writing an executable glossary of (perma)computational practices||Workshop|
|2020||Living text: two collective approaches||Presentation|
|2020||Villains and Heroes||Talk|
|2018||Page of Swords: Escaping filter bubbles using magic, quotes, diffengine and (un)learning||Panel|
|2016||A contemporary Delphic Oracle||Panel|
|2011||Plutonian Striptease / Introduction||Lecture|
|2011||Plutonian Striptease: Naked on Pluto||Lecture|