Graphic designer Neville Brody gave the opening keynote speech today at the OFFF media arts festival in Oerias, on the outskirts of Lisbon, Portugal. He talked about his work and projects and the idea of freedom. He told the audience that people have given up their identities – that all that we do is being recorded and those recordings are being owned by someone else – a government or corporation. He said that we cast a data shadow in the eye of this dataveillance and that we need to be expressive despite this:

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