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Sidsel Meineche Hansen (DK/UK)

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Sidsel Meineche Hansen deltog i 59. internationale kunstudstilling på La Biennale di Venezia, Drømmenes mælk (2022) og er stipendiemodtager af Turner Prize 2020. Soloudstillinger omfatter: Édouard Montassut, Paris & Company Gallery, New York (2023); Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen (2021); Christian Andersen, København (2021); Rodeo, London / Piræus (2020); Center for Samtidskunst, Prag (2019); Chisenhale Gallery, London (2019); SMK – Statens Museum for Kunst, København (2019); KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2018); Kunsthal Aarhus (2018); Index Stockholm (2018); Ludlow 38, New York (2017); Transmission Gallery, Glasgow (2016); Gasværk, London (2016); Midlertidigt Galleri, Köln (2015); Künstlerhaus Bremen (2015); CUBITT, London (2014).

Sidsel Meineche Hansen har studeret på Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi i København, Städelschule i Frankfurt am Main og på Centre for Research Architecture ved Goldsmiths College i London. Meineche Hansens kunstværker varierer i medium og form, der spænder over træ, ler og metaller, hvorigennem udformede genstande fremstilles, til CGI-animation, VR og video og andre reproducerbare medier. Produktionen af ​​disse værker ansporer til en løbende undersøgelse af virtuelle og robot kroppe og deres forhold til menneskelig arbejdskraft inden for spil-, pornografi- og teknologiindustrien.

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OM SIDSEL MEINECHE HANSENS PH.D.-PROJEKT [på engelsk]:

Post-human sex: an artistic inquiry into automated sex and the new pornographic language of algorithmic visualisation

This project will explore the automation of sex and the new pornographic language of algorithmic visualisation. I have coined the term ‘post-human sex’ as a means to refer to automated arousal — facilitated by sex robots and A.I driven virtual characters in CGI and 3D adult entertainment. Of particular interest to the project is how the gendering and racialisation of humanoid design affect post-human sex. By using an interdisciplinary and post-humanist approach, this project asks: which and whose desires have been central to the development of sexual technologies? At its core, the emergence of post-human sex challenges current understandings of sexual orientation and destabilises common notions about what constitutes sex. This means that new readings of pornography are required, that move beyond the moving image genre to the extended field of sexual technologies. My new artworks and research will attempt to produce such readings.

Denne profil er sidst opdateret den 19. juni 2024.

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