Brett is a documentary filmmaker and the project lead for Mozilla’s Web Made Movies project, an open video laboratory researching the intersection of video and the World Wide Web. Brett is also known for his work on RiP: A Remix Manifesto, Do Not Track and Hubert Selby Jr: It/ll Be Better Tomorrow.
Henrik Moltke is a journalist, researcher and filmmaker. His recent work has appeared in the New York Times, The Intercept and at the Whitney Museum of American Art. He co-directed the documentary Good Copy Bad Copy and has produced several award-winning radio documentaries and cross-media features.
Callum Cooper is a British Australian artist and filmmaker whose work covers a spectrum of the moving image from traditional, linear filmmaking to interactive technology driven artworks. His projects are participatory in either their process, content or viewing experience. He is currently based at the MIT OpenDocLab.
WEB-VR EXPERIENCE ON MASS SURVEILLANCE
The amount of information being collected on the private lives of citizens is without precedent. But without a sense of scale or totality most of us are unlikely to interrogate this rapid move to a surveillance state. The team proposes a WebVR experience to let us visualize the use of our own data - emails, browsing history and location, to get a personalized perspective on this growing practice.