The Right to Flight is the summer project at Bold Tendencies, flying a balloon over London, researching and investigating flight, surveillance, networks, cities and utopia. As part of the project, a series of discussions are taking place over the summer, led by James Bridle.
Inga Kroener is the author of "CCTV: A Technology under the Radar", and an associate partner at Trilateral Research. Her research interests lie in the area of governance, policy and ethics in relation to surveillance and security technologies. Prior to joining Trilateral, Inga worked as a Lecturer in Science and Technology Studies at University College London.
Adam Greenfield is Senior Urban Fellow at LSE Cities and the author of "Everyware: The dawning age of ubiquitous computing" and “Against the smart city”. At LSE, Adam is mercilessly interrogating the premise of the so-called “smart city,” and asking how technological intervention might support the emergence of intelligences, subjects and subjectivities we’d recognise as distinctly urban.
Part of a series of evening discussions led by James Bridle on the themes of The Right To Flight. All events are free but please register for attendance.
The Right to Flight is the 2014 commission for Bold Tendencies: find out more.