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Center for Technological Pain By Dasha Ilina

Exhi­bi­tion of DIY solu­tions to health prob­lems caused by dig­i­tal technologies

02/10/20 – 19/10/20
Opening Times
Sunday, 12:00 – 17:00
Mon–Thu, Closed
Fri–Sat, 12:00 – 18:00
Center for Technological Pain (CTP) offers DIY products for tech-pain free lives. The fictional company was set up to manage, prevent and treat the symptoms caused by digital technologies. Among their products are contraptions to relieve eye-strains, insomnia, and strained elbows and fingers. This installation presents the latest innovations from CTP as well as new products made by Bristol-based designers and makers in a recent workshop with the CTP CEO, Dasha Ilina.

Co-produced with Knowle West Media Centre and KWMC: The Factory

Artist Bio

Dasha Ilina is a Russian digital artist based in Paris, France. Her work explores the relationship we develop with the digital devices we use on a daily basis, specifically in regards to the human body. Ilina’s work centers around notions of care and technology, DIY practices and low-tech solutions to examining various issues such as phone addiction, tech-related health problems and privacy in the digital age. She is the founder of the Center for Technological Pain, a center that proposes DIY solutions to health problems caused by digital technologies. She is also the co-director of NØ SCHOOL.
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