Michael Veale, Lecturer in Digital Rights and Regulation at University College London’s Faculty of Laws, gives a talk on 'data rights and data wrongs' in response to Sidsel Meineche Hansen's exhibition.
Dr Michael Veale is Lecturer in Digital Rights and Regulation at University College London’s Faculty of Laws, and Digital Charter Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. His research focusses on where emerging technology, law and human-computer interaction collide, and how we should understand data rights in the decades to come.
Chisenhale Gallery presents Welcome to End-Used City, a new exhibition by Sidsel Meineche Hansen. The exhibition brings together new and existing works to further explore Meineche Hansen’s ongoing enquiry into virtual and robotic bodies and their relationship to human labour within the gaming, pornographic and tech-industries.
For more information on Sidsel Meineche Hansen's exhibition and to view the full programme of events, please visit the Chisenhale Gallery website: www.chisenahle.org.uk