exploring feminist hacktivism w/ deep lab

Deep Lab call themselves a “congress of cyber-feminist researchers”. What that means in practice is they’re a group of young women, committed to challenging attitudes around privacy, surveillance, code, art, social hacking, race, and capitalism in the 21st Century. While there is a seemingly endless flow of conversation about the changing face of feminism in 2015, it’s hard to think of anyone else who’s thinking as originally as its members. i-D spoke to Addie Wagenknecht, Harlo Holmes, Joana Varon, Allison Burtch, Joana Varon, Jillian York, Simone Browne, and Claire L. Evans about digging deeper and never asking for permission.”



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