POST 3: Mapping the participants (human and non-human) and constructing an image archive


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This illustration shows how technology changes the way  audience receive messages from media. Nowadays, through media we only see less one side fact.


The cartoon demonstrates a representation of people lack of understanding of the reason behind data surveillance and deny the effect of counter-terrorism.

Reutersk, telesurtv

This image represents the emotion free of anxiety after successfully turn down NSA’s mass surveillance program.

S Letch

This image demonstrates people become spontaneous about social media and lost their mind over consuming data and information online.

Y Zhang, chinadaily

This image visualises the situation of the victim when sensitive personal information of individual is exposed to public especially when they are triggered to certain incident.


This image implies how most mobile app gathers lots of the personal information and digital footprint in return of a service. If those were explicitly told to user beforehand they would have to reconsider before using the service.


A typical cliche way of visualising how most people understand the term “digital footprint” and the relationship with online tracking.


Edward Snowden’s denied the effect of counter-terrorism through data surveillance.


A visualisation of our identity represented in digital form. Browsing history become a medium to reveal the interest and hobby of the person.


A metaphoric imagery of data surveillance of mobile through internet and mobile apps of the personal’s personal life.


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