Following on from the subjects discussed in the series so far, writers Will Wiles and James Bridle join Ben Vickers to discuss the relationships between visibility, labour, aesthetics and technology, from the relationship between class and hi-visibility workwear to Internet Eyes and distributed automation.
James Bridle is a writer, artist and technologist and is the creator of a variety of work including Dronestagram, a programme which posts the landscapes of drone strikes to Instagram, as well as being the author of the blog The New Aesthetic.
Will Wiles is an author and freelance writer. A contributing editor to Icon magazine, his non-fiction writing usually deals with architecture and design. His debut novel, Care of Wooden Floors, is published by Fourth Estate.
Ben Vickers is a writer, network analyst, curator, technologist and luddite. He is curator of digital at the Serpentine Gallery and co-runs Limazulu project space. He makes a living and finds a vocation in understanding how systems of distribution, both human and other, come to affect our personal perception of reality.