The Self b> Tracking AppSelftracking serves as an interface between the analogue and digital world and is used to create an awareness of the sensibility of one's own data. The Selftracking app illustrates how individual behaviors are used to extract data that is traded as a valuable resource and processed further.
The public b> spaceThe temporary renaming of business by the term FREEDOM poses the question of the value and importance of privacy and individual freedom. This creates a public platform for discussion and debate on the meaning and necessary redefinition of privacy in relation to BIG DATA.
The guidance p> systemA temporary guidance system applied on the streets leads from participating shops to the OFFICE OF FREEDOM 2.0. The guidance system visualizes the invisible data flow of the digital world. The guidance system reflects the digital motion profiles of the # Tracking APP.
The participatory art installation FREEDOM 2.0 was presented as a tri-national art exhibition Project realized in three countries and three cities.
21 stores were renamed in their respective design. More than 20 km of guidance system led through the city of Weil to the office of FREEDOM 2.0.
Over five weeks, the art installation was accompanied by speakers from the fields of media theory, computer science, data protection, business and philosophy.
The participatory art installation FREEDOM 2.0 encounters a process of self-reflection and self-efficacy in the debate about the value of privacy. It is dealing with the subject of BIG DATA. Br> FREEDOM 2.0 is concerned with the interactions between the digital and the analogous world. Br> The ART PROJECT FREEDOM 2.0 is also an initiated form of social revolt, which asks to a political Influence of the society on information capitalism. Br> Freedom 2.0 integrates the public space as a participatory element in the art installation. The intention of the installation freedom 2.0 is to create an awareness and a differentiated view of the challenge with the handling of BIG DATA and our digital parallel reality.
Daily personal data is collected over the Internet. We have little influence on what data is collected and how it is used and evaluated. We experience a loss of self-determination over our data. This loss represents a severe impairment of personal freedom.
About our behavior in the Internet (so-called tracking) When you visit a website, e.g. how long you are on it and what you click on. What products you look at, or what items you read. It also happens that your surfing behavior is still being observed even though you have left the site you originally visited.