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Our privacy, security, access rights, regulation, transaction costs and ownership, and property rights are changing. Learn more about safety, privacy, and the future at the HAT-Wolfson Symposium on the Digital Person, March 29, 2017

Personal Data: Freedom and Rights - SODP

Covering areas such as privacy, security, access rights, regulation, transaction costs and ownership, property rights, this session will be chaired by Prof. John Naughton. Free to all. Part of the inaugural Annual Symposium on the Digital Person.

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EAR ON ARM, photograph provided by STELARC

STELARC: meat, metal & code: the cadaver, the comatose & the chimera

Tue 19 February 2013


The Cambridge Screen Media Group at CRASSH welcomes the performance artist, STELARC, famous for exploring the capacities and limits of the human body through art. A unique opportunity to experience his work in person!

All welcome; followed by what promises to be a truly unique Q&A.

ABSTRACT: We are increasingly expected to perform in Mixed and Augmented Realities. We are no longer merely biological bodies but increasingly accelerated by our machines and enhanced by our instruments. And we have to manage data in virtual systems. We have become extended operational systems, performing beyond the boundaries of our skin and beyond the local space we inhabit. As well as Circulating Flesh it is now an age of Fractal and Phantom Flesh.

Cost: free

Enquiries and booking

No need to book.


All times

Tue 19 February 2013 5:15PM - 7:00PM


Address: CRASSH
Ground Floor Seminar Room
Alison Richard Building
West Road