Mirror with a Memory
Photography, Surveillance, Artificial Intelligence
Published by Carnegie Museum of Art.
Edited by Dan Leers, Taylor Fisch.
The complicity of the image: photography at the intersection of police surveillance, corporate/state control and artificial intelligence
How are images being utilized to gather data on our daily activities? With the development and advancement of artificial intelligence, there has been a radical change in the way surveillance systems capture, categorize and synthesize photographs. Mirror with a Memory explores the intersection between AI, photography and surveillance—its past, present and future—to underscore concerns about implicit bias, right to privacy and police monitoring embedded in corporate, military and law enforcement applications.
Contributors include: Zach Blas, Simone Browne, Joy Buolamwini, Oliver Chanarin, Adrian Chen, Harun Farocki, Forensic Architecture, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Trevor Paglen, Martha Rosler and Martine Syms.