Privacy in Public

The online world has shifted from a space of public discourse to one that’s increasingly fueled by access to our secrets, whether we are aware of it or not. What does it mean to participate on the web when so much of our personal data is used without our consent? 

This winter, Brooklyn Public Library, The New York Public Library, and Queens Library join together to host Privacy in Public, an exhibit that interrogates what it means to sacrifice our personal information for the sake of convenience.  

From Saturday, December 15 through Friday, February 1, visit nine libraries across New York City to see new artwork that interrogates our access to personal privacy in the digital age.