12.08.20 - 12.08.20

 The Research Group in Media Aesthetics/Nomadikon


Seminar: The Ethics of Surveillance


November 21-22, 2019

Centre Universitaire de Norvège à Paris

Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, FMSH

54, Boulevard Raspail

75006 Paris


Room: Salle A3-50.




Thursday November 21


10.00: Words of Welcome


10.15: Henrik Gustafsson: “Surveilling Labor”


10.45: Astrid Gynnild: “The Visual Imperatives of News Agency Networks”


11.15: Tuva Mossin: “Seeing Identity”


11.45: Lunch: the FMSH Canteen.


13.15: Asbjørn Grønstad: “Ways of Seeing in the Neoliberal State”


13.45: Anders Lysne: “Anti-LGBTQ abduction videos through the lens of genre and masculinity”



14.15: Break


14.30: Guest Talk I.

Clare Birchall: “Opacity over Privacy: Responding to Surveillance Capitalism.” 


15.30: End of sessions.



19.30: Apéritif at director Johs. Hjellbrekke’s flat.

His address: 10, rue Broca, 5e, code 4951, then 1007. 4th floor left.


20.30: Dinner at La Refuge du Passé.

Address: rue du Fer à Moulin, 75005 Paris.



Friday November 22



10.00: Guest Talk II.

Emmeline Taylor: “Digital playgrounds: Young people and everyday surveillance encounters”



11.00: Øyvind Vågnes: “Black Mirror and the Culture of Surveillance”



11.30: Kristine Jørgensen: “Two Challenges of a Ludovisual Ethics and Aesthetics”



12.00: Lunch: The FMSH Canteen.



13.30: Tonje Sørensen: “Deceptive Starfish - vertical mediation and nighttime surveillance in WWII Britain.”