A new commission by London-based artist Sidsel Meineche Hansen. Meineche Hansen’s practice focuses on the industrial complex that connects virtual and robotic bodies to human labour within the pharmaceutical, pornographic and tech-industries. Combining her own low-tech craft with outsourced digital labour, Meineche Hansen’s work comprises drawing, woodcut print, sculpture, CGI animation and VR production. Previous works have considered the artist’s own working conditions and relationships, as well as exploring nervousness as a somatic and internalised form of institutional critique.
Sidsel Meineche Hansen lives and works in London. Selected solo exhibitions include: An Artists Guide to Stop Being an Artist, SMK - The National Gallery of Denmark (2019); End-user, Kunsthal Århus, Denmark; OVER, Index Stockholm, Sweden (both 2018); OVER, Ludlow 38, New York City (2017); No Right Way 2 Cum, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow; SECOND SEX WAR, Gasworks, London (both 2016); ONE-self, Temporary Gallery & Kunstler House Bremen, Germany (2015); and INSIDER, CUBITT, London (2014).