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PRIVATE VIEW: 18th of January
Open: 19th of January – 16th of February
Thursday – Saturday (11am-6pm)
Unit 3 Euston Tower, 286, Euston Road, London NW1 3DP
Kindly supported by Hypha Studios, Engage Works, and British Land

HARDWired aims to create a space that invites visitors to ponder the role of technology in altering our shared human experience and how it can influence a shift in our social and political landscape. Through immersive artworks, talks, and workshops, the exhibition challenges intuitive perceptions of technology as inherently rational and logical, exploring the affective undercurrents that drive the use of technology as tools that purposefully target and shape our emotions, relationships, society, and politics.

Through immersive artworks, talks, and workshops, HARDWired becomes a space that invites visitors to ponder the dualistic use of technology and reflect on its role in altering our shared human experience and shifting our social and political landscape. On one hand, new mediums have transformed social interactions, unlocking new levels of interconnectedness and collaboration. But they have also heightened social and political anxieties; at times becoming tools that purposefully target and shape our affective responses.

About the Collective / Curators
Autonomous Sheep is a London-based collective of artists hailing from diverse cultural and disciplinary backgrounds. Our aim is to critically engage with new technologies and invite visitors to investigate how technology has intricately rewired our emotions and feelings, engage with its social and political influence, and optimistically explore technology’s potential to cultivate alternative ways of communication and collective creation.

British Land’s high quality UK commercial property is focused on London Campuses and Retail & London Urban Logistics. They own or manage a portfolio valued at £13.0bn (British Land share: £8.9bn) as at 31 March 2023 making them one of Europe’s largest listed real estate investment companies.
British Land creates Places People Prefer, delivering the best, most sustainable places for their customers and communities. Their strategy is to leverage our best in class platform and proven expertise in development, repositioning and active management, investing behind two key themes: Campuses and Retail & London Urban Logistics.
Sustainability is embedded throughout their business. Their Approach is focused on three key pillars where British Land can create the most benefit: Greener Spaces, making their whole portfolio net zero carbon by 2030, Thriving Places, making a long-lasting, positive social impact in communities, and Responsible Choices, advocating responsible business practices across British Land and throughout their supply chain, and maintaining robust governance structures. Further details can be found on the British Land website at

Contact Information
Email: [email protected]
Socials: @autonomous.sheep



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