Katherine Behar: Digitally Divided: The Art of Algorithmic (In)Decision

Miscellaneous objects in a room with bright blue walls cluttered together, various wires hanging from ceiling, humidifier, nick knacks on the walls.

Autoresponder.exe (2012), 4K video, 16'11", color, silent.

Katherine Behar is an interdisciplinary artist whose works exploring gender and labor in contemporary digital culture have appeared throughout North America and Europe. Pera Museum presented Katherine Behar: Data's Entry | Veri Girişi (2016), a comprehensive survey exhibition and catalog. Additional solo exhibitions include Backups (2019), Anonymous Autonomous (2018), E-Waste (2014, catalog/traveling), and numerous others collaborating as "Disorientalism." Behar is the editor of Object-Oriented Feminism, coeditor of And Another Thing: Nonanthropocentrism and Art, and author of Bigger than You: Big Data and Obesity. She is an associate professor of New Media Arts at Baruch College and Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

Close overlay