Evan Light. (2017). “Snowden Archive-in-a-Box” in A Field Guide to the Snowden Files: Media, Art, Archives 2013-2017. Eds.) Magdalena Taube and Krystian Woznicki. Berlin: Diamondpaper. Pgs. 74-79.

Evan Light, Jutta Lauth Bacas, Jeff Deutch, Daphne Dragona, Katrin M. Kämpf, Marta Peirano Valentina Pellizzer, Christina Rogers, Florian Sprenger, Jaron Rowan, and Abiol Lual Deng. (2017). Infrastructures of Dis/Connection: Of Drones, Migration, and Digital Care. Imaginations Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies/Revue d Études Interculturelle de l Image, 8(2).



Evan Light. “Re-coding populism?” Ambient Revolts conference. Berlin, Germany. 8-11 November.

Evan Light.  Snowden Archive-in-a-Box and Big Data Politics. Invited installation with Stefania Milan at Falling Walls: International Conference on Future Breakthroughs in Science and Society. Berlin, Germany. 9 November.

Evan Light.   Police Surveillance and Civil Liberties. Centre for Free Expression. Ryerson University, Toronto. 24 October.

Evan Light. “Media Governance and Policy.” Networking Global Communication in and Beyond the Age of Social Media. McGill University, Montreal. 14 October.

Evan Light. Workshop: “Critical Datafication: A Practical Demonstration of tools for critical data making about invisible infrastructures.” 21-22 May, University of Cardiff, Cardiff (Wales).

Evan Light. “Border Probes: Experiences with the new Canadian-American Frontier.” 21-22 May, University of Cardiff, Cardiff (Wales).

Evan Light. “Border Probes: Mapping Movement and Surveillance.” Union for Democratic Communication. 11-12 May. Loyola University, Chicago.


September-November. Snowden Archive-in-a-Box featured in SIGNALS: Exhibition of the Snowden Files in Art, Media and Archives. Berlin: DIAMONDPAPER. Curated by Magdalena Taube and Krystian Woznicki.

Evan Light. Challenging Surveillance: Activism in a Datafied World. Panel with Stefania Milan and Arne Hintz. Ryerson University, Privacy and Big Data Institute. 19 June.

Evan Light. “You’re Being Watched: How We Can Expose the Watchers and Protect Our Rights”. Centre for Free Expression. Ryerson University, Toronto. 19 April.