Artist Talk: Clare Strand
Shortlisted for The Discrete Channel with Noise (2019), artist Clare Strand will give insight into her approach to working across different media to explore methods of communication and how information is disseminated and interpreted. The conversation will be chaired by artist and curator Joanna Zylinska.
Clare Strand (b. 1973 in the United Kingdom) works across different artistic disciplines, from photography and web-based programmes, to painting, kinetic machines and sculpture. Her practice is often concerned with communication, both as medium and material for her inquiry, and the circulation of information.
Joanna Zylinska is Professor of New Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London. The author of numerous books—including The End of Man: A Feminist Counterapocalypse (University of Minnesota Press, 2018) and Nonhuman Photography (MIT Press, 2017)—she combines her philosophical writings with image-based art practice and curatorial work. She recently co-edited two open access books, Photomediations: An Open Book and Photomediations: A Reader as part of Europeana Space, a grant funded by the EU’s ICT Policy Support Programme. She is currently exploring the relationship between perception and cognition in relation to the recent developments in artificial intelligence and machine vision.
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