How Not to Be Heard: Hito Steyerl’s Subversive Strategies Screening And Talk At Minnesota Street Projects San Francisco

Image CC 4.0 Hito Steyerl. Image courtesy of the Artist.
Image CC 4.0 Hito Steyerl. Image courtesy of the Artist.

In her 2013 work How Not to be Seen: A F**king Didactic Educational .MOV File, Hito Steyerl subverts the aesthetics of military firing ranges with music videos and contemporary dance to ask how we can elude visual regimes of ever-increasing surveillance.

Join us at 1275 Minnesota St for a panel discussion with How Not to Be Seen Producer Kevan Jenson, MOCA Los Angeles curator Lanka Tattersall, and UC Berkeley’s leading art and social practice author Shannon Jackson to explore the more subtle aspects of Hito Steyerl’s work lurking behind the test targets. The panel will be moderated by Greg Niemeyer, Associate Professor of New Media, UC Berkeley.

How Not to Be Heard: Hito Steyerl’s Subversive Strategies
When: Sunday, June 26th | 2pm – 5pm
Screening: 2pm in the Media Gallery
Panel Discussion: 3 – 5pm

Minnesota Street Projects
1275 Minnesota St
San Francisco

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