Amalia Lindo, Computer Shoulders, 2019, multi-channel HD video installation, colour, sound, 20 mins, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne. Photo: Christo Crocker.

Amalia Lindo’s Constant Ecology project will offer ‘crowdworkers’ on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk (MTurk) platform an ethical wage for their involvement in a video-based study. Amalia’s recent works consider how the media ecology of digital platforms affects human perception through algorithmic organisation. Through this project Amalia will invite MTurk workers to upload a 15-second video clip describing a view from their location. This video data will be used to create short films reflecting the diverse interpretations of this task.

Amalia Lindo
(born United States, lives Melbourne) completed a Bachelor of Fine Art (First Class Honours) in 2016 and is currently a PhD candidate in Fine Art at MADA, Monash University. Lindo’s moving-image and installation practice considers the evolving interrelations between humans and artificial intelligence. Lindo has participated in local solo and group exhibitions including: Hobiennale, Black Temple Gallery, Hobart (2019); Computer Shoulders, Centre for Contemporary Photography (2019); The matter admits of no explanation, Cathedral Cabinet, Melbourne (2018); Unrepresented Artists, Haydens, Melbourne (2018); Future State, ,c3 Contemporary, Melbourne (2018); Concrete Air, Blindside at Federation square, Melbourne (2017); Elasticity, c3 contemporary, Melbourne (2017).