Only desktop version is available at the moment.
Please visit from a laptop or pc.
About Logging Into Identity
Logging Into Identity Is a web-based project that was developed within the 2nd edition of CODE; a collaborative project organized by IMPAKT together with School of Machines, Making & Make Believe (Berlin), and this year also by the two Belgium-based organizations Werktank (Leuven) and Privacy Salon/Privacytopia (Brussels/Antwerp).
Omar is a multidisciplinary artist/cultural practitioner, working across video, sound, photography, design, coding, and performative instances.omaradel.com
Their expansive artistic practices investigate the complex entanglement between human cognition, constructed environments, and technology; while addressing themes concerning time, space, memory, reality, human error, AI, language use, and hegemony.
Omar holds an MA in Arts in Public Spheres from École de design et haute école d’art du Valais - édhéa (CH), a BA in Management Information Systems (EG), and was a fellow artist in both the Ashkal Alwan Home Workspace Program (LB) and Mass Alexandria Open Studio and Study Program (EG).
Swaeny Nina Kersaan
Swaeny Nina Kersaan is an artist and researcher whose practice involves creative consultancy of digital culture, surveillance technologies, avatar creation and other modes of online self-representation. With participatory projects, performance, essays and digital artworks, Swaeny Nina demonstrates that contending increasingly powerful computed control is critical in ensuring agency over our (digital) identities. After studying graphic design in Rotterdam, Swaeny Nina graduated from ArtEZ University of the Arts and obtained her Masters of Art and Visual Culture at the University of Westminster.swaenynina.com
Anya is a researcher of digital technologies as a part of culture. She has received her education in the Higher School of Economics (BA in Cultural Studies) and University of Maastricht (MSc in Cultures of Art, Science and Technology). Anya is doing research both within and outside of academia, exploring interdisciplinarity and artistic research as a way to ask oneself, what does it mean, to have knowledge of digital technologies.lazypond.notion.site/lazypond/CV-Anya-Shchetvina
What influences your choice to connect to an online platform?
Is it a shared background or an agreement about values?
Maybe you sign in where the people you identify with already are?
Or perhaps you never reflect about it much, and somehow the relationship to a particular social media or online software lasted?
In the following pages, you will get to know multiple characters. The authors of this project collaborated with them long ago or just recently. Some connections have been long and calm, while others are fast and emotionally saturated. We think you might know some of them. Perhaps afterwards, you would like to know the others.