neverhitsend is an interdisciplinary collective that formed in the wake of the 2013 Edward Snowden leaks, and that performatively researches communications ideology with a particular focus on issues involving privacy, surveillance, and anonymity. The group uses an in-progress draft in a shared Gmail account as a platform for discussion, continuously re-performing a tactic once employed by Al Qaeda and General Petraeus and Paula Broadwell to maintain secret communication. Past projects have been shown at 356 Mission Road, Los Angeles; Monte Vista Projects, Sonce Alexander Gallery, and in VIA Publication.

Last updated: May 9, 2024