Vladan Joler + Bani Brusadin,

Prof. Vladan Joler

[b. 1977] Is an academic, researcher and artist whose work blends data investigations, counter cartography, investigative journalism, writing, data visualization, critical design, and numerous other disciplines.

He explores and visualizes different technical and social aspects of algorithmic transparency, digital labor exploitation, invisible infrastructures, and many other contemporary phenomena in the intersection between technology and society.

Vladan Joler’s work is included in the permanent collections of the ​Museum of Modern Art, New York (MoMA), the ​Victoria and Albert Museum ​(V&A) and Design Museum in London and included in the permanent exhibition of ​Ars Electronica Center.​

Aside from his permanent professorship position, i.e. tenure, at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia, where he teaches at the New Media department, he has given lectures at numerous educational and art institutions.

A dialogue between Vladan Joler and Bani Brusadin 

Together they will explore Joler’s rather fascinating character at the intersection of research, data visualization, cartography and art.

Among other topics, they will discuss together on how to visualize different technical and social aspects of algorithmic transparency, digital labor exploitation, invisible infrastructures, and many other contemporary phenomena in the intersection between technology and society.

 

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