2018 — Exhibition ‘Drone Vision’, Hasselblad Centre, Gothenburg, Sweden

Drone Vision: Surveillance, Warfare, Protest Hasselblad Centre Gothenburg, Sweden May 19–September 16, 2018 Drone6_low Installation view. Drone Vision: Surveillance, Warfare, Protest. Hasselblad Centre, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2018
Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance, Protest addresses questions of visibility and verticality are intrinsic to drone technology and its meanings for artistic and political praxis. The exhibition is based on the two-year research project Drone Vision. Surveillance, Warfare, Protest – a collaborative initiative of Valand Academy, Gothenburg University and the Hasselblad Foundation. Led by Dr. Sarah Tuck the research project explores the affective meanings of drone technologies on photography and human rights. For the exhibition at the Hasselblad Center the commissioned artists Ignacio Acosta, Mhairi Sutherland and Behjat Omer Abdulla have produced new works that respond to the visual and material consequences of drone technologies in the context of Sweden. Link Drone Vision Download exhibition guide Apple Store exhibition App
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