Sidsel Meineche Hansen

Charlottenborg Art Talks
Sidsel Meineche Hansen
Free admission
5pm - 6.30pm

This talk will focus on the female avatar ‘EVA v3.0’ which is a product sold online by TurboSquid, a company that supplies stock 3D models for computer games and virtual adult entertainment. The EVA v3.0 avatar is the main protagonist in Sidsel Meineche Hansen's recent work: The CGI and VR animations: Seroquel®, 2014; No right way 2 cum, 2015 and DICKGIRL 3D(X), 2016) - and an object in my research on post-human sex. As part of the presentation, Meineche Hansen will screen some of her video works and talk about the 'pharmacopornographic' model of society as the context for the production of this body of work. 

Sidsel Meineche Hansen (DK) is an artist based in London. Her work takes the form of woodcut prints, sculptures, CGI and VR animations which typically foreground the body's industrial complex in the pharmaceutical, porn and tech-industries. Her work also manifest as publications, and as an ongoing series of seminars. 

In 2009 she founded the research collective Model Court together with Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Lorenzo Pezzani and Oliver Rees, and in 2015 she co-edited Politics of Study (London and Odense: Open Editions and Funen Art Academy). She currently works as an associate professor at the Funen Art Academy, Denmark and has taught at CalArts, Los Angeles and Goldsmiths, University of London.

This night we are also launching our new collaboration with the internationally approved Frieze Magazine. Editor for Scandinavia, Paul Clinton, has selected videos produced by Frieze that will be screened in Kunsthal Charlottenborg's cinema. The videos thematically relate to our upcoming spring exhibitions. The program launch is in opur cinema from 6.30pm - 8pm. 

About Charlottenborg Art Talks
Wednesdays Charlottenborg Art Talks presents talks, performances, film screenings, readings and debates about art by Danish and international artists, writers, curators and professors. The programme is arranged in collaboration with The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts' Schools of Visual Arts.