Future Congress 2020: Inform
Dr. Chun shares research on the impact of control technologies on the media at Chile's Futuro Congresso 2020. Access the recorded presentation (Spanish) here.
WEIRD REALITY: Head-Mounted Art & Code
Public Lecture by Dr. Chun at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Crisis + Habit = Update
Dr. Chun speaking at the Sonic Acts Festival in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on February 25th, 2017, at De Brakke Grond.
Habitual New Media
In this public lecture, Dr. Chun explore's how the slow, "creepy" accretion of habits - both conscious and unconscious - relate to distinctions between public and private, memory and storage, and individual actions and social systems.
Critical Data Studies or How to Desegregate Networks
Dr. Chun's lecture at the Institute for Humanities and Global Cultures Conference on Humanities Informatics.
Beyond Recognition: Cyberspace’s past, present and future
Dr. Chun speaks at re:publica 2018, in Berlin, Germany, May 2018.
Every day, we hear new stories about how the Internet destroys society. It’s filled, it seems, with military-grade psyops and discriminatory algorithms. Why? Rather than look fondly back to “cyberspace,” this talk argues today’s situation stems from misguided assumptions about bodiless communication. It further reveals connections between segregation, eugenics and current network tools. To create more just futures, it calls for collaborations across the all disciplines, industry, and activists.
Dr. Chun presenting at CyberCon 2017. Access the video here.