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The RE:MAKE/RE:SIST show from Weave by Abertay is not afraid to pull punches. Part of this year’s NEoN digital arts festival, the show takes the theme of ‘react’ and runs with it, including pieces on gun violence, gender-based stereotypes, racist biometric technology and other hard-hitting subjects. NEoN co-curator Joseph DeLappe displays his newly finished work

‘Dreams of Disguise: Errantry’

Irene (Tokini) Fubara-Manuel is exhibiting at this year’s NEoN digital arts festival as part of the RE:MAKE/RE:SIST group show curated by Weave by Abertay. Her piece ‘Dreams of Disguise: Errantry’ explores biometric surveillance and its racialized applications in border policing, based on her own experiences of UK border control. Ana Hine talked to her ahead of the exhibition.