The New York-based artist collective DIS is behind the video platform dis.art, a site for hybrid works by artists, filmmakers and thinkers. DIS has curated the exhibition 'What Do People Do All Day?', which deals with the concept of belonging in a rootless, network-based world, the sprawl of suburbs, artificial intelligence, the relationship between technology, vision and power, as well as the future of work. The participating artists are Derek Larson (US), Ilana Harris-Babou (US), Will Benedict (US) & Steffen Jørgensen (DK), Simon Denny (NZ), Olivia Erlanger (US) & Luis Ortega Govela (MX), Meriem Bennani (MA), Simon Dybbroe Møller (DK). Admission to the exhibition is free until 29 March during CPH:DOX.