Isaac Kariuki is a visual artist whose work centres on surveillance, borders and the black market. His work takes the form of image, video and performance. He holds an MA from Central Saint Martins. He is the founder of Diaspora Drama, a three-part publication about fringe internet culture. He has exhibited at the Tate Modern and the ICA among others and has held lectures at the Tate Britain and Kunstgewerbemuseum. He has written for publications including Dazed, New York Magazine and Garage Magazine.
Here you can find the link to the video of the lecture by Isaac Kariuki.