Ken Paul Rosenthal’s latest film explores the life and work of Berkeley Street Poet Julia Vinograd. I met Ken in the late 1980s when we were both taking film courses from George Kuchar at the San Francisco Art Institute.
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I joined flickr in 2007 as a naïve newbie to online platforms. As art and photo editor for the now defunct Newport Review, I perused flickr to find photographers and artists, and found the community to be one of vibrant artistic exchange. Unaware that Yahoo had acquired flickr in 2005, I was gobsmacked when I and thousands of others were locked out of our flickr accounts overnight—after Yahoo’s initial data breach in 2013. I was finally able to retrieve my account in 2020, but only after I had discovered the above site. I post it here to raise awareness about the proliferation of facial recognition datasets and their exploitation, both online and in public space.
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I met Srinivas in the 1980s, when we worked together at pizza parlor on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley, California. He is one of my favorite photographers, and I am always checking in to view his burgeoning archives.