East Bay Express (EBX) writer Sarah Burke has written a nice piece on The Dissidents, The Displaced, and The Outliers, the double exhibition currently on display at both Random Parts in Oakland and Incline Gallery in San Francisco. Below is an excerpt:
"Curator Dorothy Santos, aside from being a critical new media whiz, serves as an executive staff member for the Bay Area Society for Art & Activism, through which she curates shows, this time in collaboration with The Electronic Frontier Foundation. Without ignoring the obvious connection between tech and gentrification — that of tech employees displacing San Francisco residents — Santos' selections collectively go beyond that, speaking to the tangle of ways in which the loss of housing security corresponds with the loss of data security. While online privacy has become a troubling concern, maintaining physical privacy is also a struggle under the looming threat of homelessness and surveillance." (Sarah Burke, The East Bay Express)
You can read the piece here.
Previous coverage included Kimberly Chun's article on The San Francisco Chronicle.