Whether you're taking photos on your phone or using Google Street View, it's never been easier to learn about the world — and for the world to learn about you. That can be a scary thing to ponder, but C/O Berlin's exhibition Watched! Surveillance, Art & Photography shows us how it's also insanely interesting. Enter an artistic rendering of the face scanners, security cameras, online trackers and hidden algorithms that follow us every day. Thanks to photographs and visual media from an international squad of artists asking how to understand modern surveillance and how it contributes to inequalities, this is some data that's well worth a bit of mining.
An exhibition that examines how we watch and are watched.
You need more than 1984 references.
Hardenbergstraße 22-24, 10623 Berlin
Opening, Feb. 17, 7 p.m. Exhibit, Feb. 18-Apr. 23. Daily, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Adult tickets, €6-€10.