The event, which features speakers such as Ivan Pope and Eva Pascoe, chair of group Right to Privacy online, will focus on the paradox between the growing online economy that is built on information, and that this information is controlled through central governing bodies.
With the Chisenhale gallery, Pattison is looking into peer-to-peer skill sharing, as well as digital transparency. This ‘offsite’ talk is part of a programme of events that explores a networked society.
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