Paula Albuquerque is a portuguese artistic researcher, with a multicultural background, living in the Netherlands. She works within the field of surveillance, including the making of films and installations with imagery produced by armed UAV’s, CCTV and Deepfake technologies. The artist combines her own footage with images from mass media in a transmedial artistic research that involves cultural analysis, film and media theory, semiotics, surveillance, artificial intelligence and drone studies. The resulting film-based artwork scrutinizes links between "hauntology," artificial intelligence and pre-existing racial and gender biases in proto-surveillance archival materials and war technologies. Albuquerque's work is informed by intersectional decolonial practices, focusing on visual technologies both analog and digital, surveillance and the construction of operative imagery.