German filmmaker and writer Hito Steyerl’s work revolves around the politics of the image in contemporary life, from the realms of subjectivity to wireless communications, “hyper-capitalist” economics, governmental data surveillance, and the endless proliferation of increasingly networked digital images. Coinciding with the opening of Hito Steyerl: Factory of the Sun, Steyerl joins MOCA Assistant Curator Lanka Tattersall in conversation. This program is part of What is Contemporary?, a new MOCA series in which artists, scholars, critics, and curators discuss contemporaneity in art.
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