2. – 27. November
“You are kindly invited to visit the virtual exhibition – aimed at young people as well as adults – in the exhibition we explore how social media and the web have changed the way we read information and react to it. Learn why finding “fake news” is not as easy as it sounds, and how the term “fake news” is as much a problem as the news it describes. Dive into the world of deep fakes, which are now so realistic that they are virtually impossible to detect. And find out why social media platforms are designed to keep us hooked, and how they can be used to change our minds.
The purpose of this exhibition is primarily to educate all age groups and thus attend to the global debate on privacy and data ethics. It focuses on the question of what personal data is at a time when data is anything but personal.”
The exhibition, organized by Tactical tech from Berlin, consists of:
- 5 posters
- 4 interactive applications
- Video content
- Data Detox Kit
The text was translated by Urška Bonin and Tjaša Jazbec.
By scanning the QR code, you can access the online content of the entire exhibition.
The exhibition is also available in virtual form via the link https://share.roomful.co/room/6bnt9fbf4q706g.
Audio guide to the virtual exhibition: