The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism
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Exhibition documentation, photo credit: Bob Unknown
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Inside Intel

The Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) presented Inside Intel: an exhibition of contemporary artworks, design objects and digital assets brought together to investigate the confusion sewn by an increasingly partisan media, sinister new technologies and the culture of official secrecy and widespread surveillance.

Designed as an experimental Silicon Valley “imagineering lab” situated within Goldsmiths, University of London, the exhibition was an aesthetic response to the 2018 CIJ Logan Symposium: Conspiracy. Featuring practitioners from the fields of journalism, art, design and architecture, this group show featured faux state propaganda and factual misinformation, among genuine investigations to explore the signals and the noise of contemporary conspiracies.


Featuring works by:

Benjamin Grosser
Bob Bicknell-Knight
Céline Minkyung Park
Cosmic Latte (Neale Willis, Juan Covelli and Andrew Kiddie)
Darren Cullen
Davide Bevilacqua & Veronika Krenn
Eva & Franco Mattes
Ewan Jones Morris
Florentin Aisslinger
Forensic Architecture
Iain Ball
Joey Holder
Joseph Steele
Khaled Barakeh
Lucy Sanderson
Marion Balac
Nick Ryan in collaboration with Sean Malikides
Simon Denny
Ted Hunt
Thomas Yeomans
Yuri Pattison

  • 16 August 2019 10.00–11.00
Location: St James Hatcham