27-29th May 2024
Morgane Billuart (1997) is a filmmaker and writer based in Vienna. She graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam and studied at the cooper union in new york. In the era of digital practices and diy-internet belief, her practice aims to display diverse technological phenomena and dissect their inner structures. Often, she confronts these themes and interests with her gender and existence as a woman in the spaces she investigates and questions how feminist perspectives can help us rethink and criticize the technocratic and digital spheres surrounding us. To explore such topics, she uses diverse mediums, often returning to film-making and writing.
Strategies of subversion in the attention economy
Subsight investigates the dynamics of the current attention economy and displays a variety of attempts toward a possible subversion. From Watch To Donate to generating Tabs for a Cause, the research unfolds concrete ways in which viewers can redirect their attention in order to participate in wealth and attention redistribution.