How do bodies, sexuality and experience generate forms of capital? How can we resist online sexism by building our own feminist spaces on the internet?
PhD student at Chelsea College of Art
Denise Ackerl is currently doing a practice-based PhD at Chelsea College of Art (within the Subjectivity and Feminism(s) research group), where she looks into strategies of resistance in the digital space from a feminist performance perspective. Her work is located in the context of post-Fordism and cyberfeminism(s).
PhD student at King's College London
Carleigh Morgan is a former Fulbright scholar and current PhD candidate at King’s College, London. Her dissertation explores the interfacial relationships between bodies and machines, with emphasis on the digital mechanisms that program subjects as legible by computer technologies.
PhD candidate at King's College London
Rafael Lubner completed a Bachelor’s degree in Economics at Durham University and a Master’s in Contemporary Literature, Culture and Theory at King’s College London. His research is concerned with the status of the human in the internet age, questioning its construction and mediation. He also writes music criticism for Tiny Mix Tapes.
Panel discussion chaired by Charlotte Webb (UAL Futures).
Wednesday 26th July 2017, 6:30pm - 8pm
LVMH, Central Saint Martins, Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AA, United Kingdom