"Eva and Franco Mattes — married Brooklyn artists and “hacktivists” — use those ideas metaphorically, peeling back the surface of what they call the “sanitized” internet to reveal its murkier side: the world of content monitoring and the elusive individuals who are tasked with tracking and removing offensive material online. Their latest exhibition, “Abuse Standards Violations,” on view at London’s Carroll/Fletcher gallery until Aug. 27, is a journey into what Ben Vickers, a London curator at the Serpentine Galleries and fan of their work, called “the dark, morbid heart of the internet.”"
Sunday, June 26, 2016
Illuminating the ‘Dark’ Web and Content Monitoring; New York Times, 6/24/16
Ted Loos, New York Times; Illuminating the ‘Dark’ Web and Content Monitoring: