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In-Grid events series - Locating Data in Time and Space with Bellingcat

During this session In-grid explored the sub-theme of Shifting Chronology over two sessions with the help of Bellingcat.

Nick Waters, Bellingcat contributor, shares some of the techniques he uses for his investigative reporting.

In-grid was the creation of a collective residency between artists from Goldsmiths Computing Department, in collaboration with arebyte Gallery and AOS (arebyte on screen), in 2020.

Through artistic intervention, performance moments, a public programme of events and a live platform that continuously reinvents itself, In-grid questioned and repurposed how we exchange concepts and communicate as individuals and as collectives.

In-grid commented on the potential of the digital, while also acknowledging that threats to privacy, agency and digital equity are increasingly commonplace. What happens when the system fails, or you make it fail with us?

In-grid was formed of artists Dania Alsaleh, Rebecca Aston. Baqi Ba, Megan Benson, Jingyi Chen, Johanna de Verdier, Batool Desouky, Panja Göbel, Rob Hall, Veera Jussila, James Lawton, Yasmin Morgan, Lauma Muizaraja, Karen Okpoti, Gabor Paszti, Hazel Ryan, Anna Sang, George Simms, Katie Tindle, Ziwei Wu, Hristo Yordanov and Yishuai Zhang.

Livestreaming produced by Rob Hall.

Bellingcat are an independent international collective of researchers, investigators and citizen journalists using open source and social media investigation to probe a variety of subjects – including tracking the use of chemical weapons and conflicts worldwide. With staff and contributors in more than 20 countries around the world, Bellingcat operate in a unique field where advanced technology, forensic research, journalism, investigations, transparency and accountability come together.

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