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Film: Tate, Prison And The Pentagon

Linking Tate Britain’s historic site, where convicts were first imprisoned 200 years ago, to the present-day military defense HQ, the Pentagon, Victoria’s presentation considers how operational data practices reflect the negotiation and assertion of power.

She explores the value of curiosity, in observing fixed workplace routines, and mindfulness of whether it’s data that drives decision making.

Victoria Young,
Tate with South Bank University

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