Joel Stern

Exhibition

Data Relations

“Data Relations” is an art exhibition exploring the relationships between society, technology, and the data economy. Artists critically and poetically reflect on contemporary issues such as algorithmic violence and the impact of artificial intelligence on culture.

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Uncommon Knowledge: Joel Stern on Eavesdropping

Joel Stern is a curator, musician and artist; Co-Artistic Director (with Danni Zuvela) of Liquid Architecture; and Co-Founder of the organisations OtherFilm and Instrument Builders Project. For his lecture, Joel Stern will discuss the contemporary resonances of ‘eavesdropping’ under conditions...
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Data Relations: Curatorial Walkthrough

McCarthy, Machine Listening (Sean Dockray/James Parker/Joel Stern), Mimi Ọnụọha and Winnie Soon. Read more about the exhibition here.
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Monstrous Chorus: voices, sound, performance

Join us for a panel discussion about the use of the voice in performance and sound practice, in association with Frances Barrett: Meatus. This panel will be co-moderated by Debris Facility Pty Ltd of Liquid Architecture, and Joel Stern, former Liquid...
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Opening Celebration of Data Relations

...of artificial intelligence. Featuring Australian and international artists: Zach Blas, Tega Brain & Sam Lavigne, Machine Listening (Sean Dockray, James Parker and Joel Stern), Lauren Lee McCarthy, Mimi Ọnụọha and Winnie Soon, plus Data Relations Summer School...
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SOUND AS CONSEQUENCE

Sound as Consequence is convened by NEW16 artist Julian Day and brings together a community of artists to explore the possibilities for sound within an exhibition context. Symposium includes mini keynote lectures from Julian Day and Joel Stern, a panel...
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Data Relations Summer School Callout

Joel Stern (exhibiting artist, RMIT & ADM+S, Australia) Lauren Lee McCarthy (exhibiting artist, UCLA Design Media Arts, USA) Laura McLean (Capture...
Press Release

ACCA launches new Digital Wing

Surrogate 2022. Exhibiting artists Machine Listening (Sean Dockray, James Parker and Joel Stern) present the full transcript of their multi-channel sound installation, After words 2022, featured in the exhibition...
Press Release

Data Relations

Featuring artists: Zach Blas, Tega Brain & Sam Lavigne, Lauren Lee McCarthy, Machine Listening (Sean Dockray, James Parker and Joel Stern), Mimi Onuoha, Winnie Soon; plus Data Relations Summer School Guest Curator Miriam Kelly, Coordinating...
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Transcript: Monstrous Chorus: voices, sound, performance

Architecture, and Joel Stern, former Liquid Architecture Director, and current Vice Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow at RMIT. Speakers include: artists V Barratt, Frances Barrett, and Archie Barry...
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Art Club

...2023 Program Thursday 16 March, 6–8pm, ACCA: Reflections on Eavesdropping and Data Relations Summer School with guest speaker Joel Stern...
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Data Relations Summer School Schedule

Listen to Datasets? with Machine Listening (James Parker, Sean Dockray, Joel Stern), Mehak Sawney and Lauren Lee McCarthy Public Program #3, 6–7:30pm, ACCA. Zach Blas: Expositio, Iudicium, Lacrimae, or, Does an AI God Have an Ass...
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Contributor Biographies

...staged at the Ian Potter Museum of Art in 2018 and City Gallery, Wellington in 2019. His current work, with Sean Dockray and Joel Stern, is on machine listening...
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Data Relations Exhibition Kit

Artists: Zach Blas, Tega Brain & Sam Lavigne, Lauren Lee McCarthy, Machine Listening (Sean Dockray, James Parker and Joel Stern), Mimi Ọnụọha, Winnie Soon; plus Data Relations Summer School...
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Data Relations Summer School Closing Event: Suvani Suri, Thao Phan, Tega Brain and Sam Lavigne

...in collective learning, instigated by artist Sean Dockray, legal scholar James Parker, and researcher, curator and artist Joel Stern. Part lecture and part performance, this event brings together critical work on race and algorithmic culture...
Video

Data Relations exhibition video featuring artists Zach Blas, Tega Brain and Sam Lavigne, Lauren Lee McCarthy, Machine Listening (Sean Dockray, James Parker and Joel Stern), Mimi Ọnụọha and Winnie Soon

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Data in contemporary art exhibitions by Miriam Kelly

Melbourne and Canberra-based Machine Listening draws on the academic, artistic, legal, and curatorial expertise of Sean Dockray, James Parker and Joel Stern. They are focused on sound, speech and listening, and their work has taken the form of exhibitions, publications, symposia, curricula, and audio...