New technologies are allowing new forms of identity and community to flourish and be recognised, from virtual citizenships to digital nations, and gender identities to non-human actors. At the same time, systems of power and governance attempt to corral and suppress identity within geographical borders and database schema. James Bridle explores the uses and abuses of identity in his own practice, and the work of others.
Transnationalisms - Bodies, Borders, and Technology
Curated by James Bridle
Kino Šiška, Ljubljana
April 24 - 25, 2018