Goethe-Institut Irland presents



Dates: 26 Jan - 26 Jan

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €0.00 (Free but ticketed)

Together with Digital Rights Ireland the Goethe-Institut Irland present a series of events linked by themes of Data Protection.

The Internet has become a tool for the realization of a range of human rights, but digital technologies also play a role in undermining human rights, whether it is the right to be forgotten in Google searches or electronic surveillance.

In Zeitgeist artist Nezaket Ekici will run through the streets of Dublin with a camera filming everything she sees. The resulting material will be presented as part of a live-performance bringing together different perspectives to portray and discuss the diffuse nature of the internet and its effects on people.

“Ekici’s art is humorous, passionate and warm” Der Tagesspiegel

Duration 2 hours, no interval

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