The MSU Museum is exploring the good, bad, and scary of surveillance

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The Tracked and Traced exhibition in the MSU Museum is shedding light on the positive and negative ways surveillance impacts our society.

The exhibition opened on September 10th and aims to educate the community using four subthemes, surveillance capitalism, reclaiming agency, and inequities and marginalization.

Science Gallery is a space dedicated to exploring the issues that people between the age of 18 and 25 face, and surveillance was a top issue they were interested in exploring, Head of Programming, Antajuan Scott, said.

“Your walk is just as unique as your fingerprint and there is always a way to be discovered,” Scott said. “So we just want you to explore some ways to reclaim agency via programming and to also be more educated on the topics of surveillance.”

The exhibition will remain open until December 11th.

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