What if it were possible to opt out of the digital security age? In an Op-ed for the Walker Art Center, James Bridle writes on the "Siege of Citizenship"
Artist and writer, James Bridle is known for asking pointed questions about freedom and security amidst the new technology age. Last year, he painted an outline of a drone shadow on the streets of Washington, D.C. as part of his solo show entitled "A Quiet Disposition." In his latest work, "Homo Sacer," he takes a look at the idea of citizenship and shares his views on the "right to have rights" in a commissioned Op-ed piece for the Walker Art Center.
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