Video, Biohacking: A Conversation Between Artists and Scientists, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Who owns your DNA? The answer to this is not nearly as self-evident as one might expect. As corporations collect and commercialize genomic data, artists and activists have turned to biohacking to assert their own autonomy at the molecular level. Biohacking: A Conversation Between Artists and Scientists brings together Heather Dewey-Hagborg and Sophie Zaaijer to discuss the social, political, and scientific implications of DIY bioengineering. With moderator Dorothy Santos, the panel will consider how biohackers can foreground autonomy and biomedical consent even as genomic data is increasingly capitalized as a surveillance tool, among other topics.
Για περισσότερα δες εδώ.