DRAW- Yu Chen Wang

“Drawing can be a very simple and effective method of communication” – Yu Chen Wang As part of the DRAW reading group led by the Post-Grad Community we had the pleasure to welcome artist Yu-Chen Wang, a London based artist from Taichung, Taiwan. Her practice primarily focuses on drawing, where her work treads a delicate […]

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Vectors: 60 Years of Digital Art Practice, Dr. Nick Lambert 06/12/19

“Art of the Electronic Age“- book started back in the late 90’s researching digital art and its origins Frank Popper Cold war period and how types of computer developed during this period CACHE Project Archive Computer Art Society John Lansdown using computers for architecture, performance, animation, ect the transference from computers being large and only […]

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Emma Gradin, 2nd Year PHD at Chelsea

slowing down the gallery experience, through curation, ect talking to artists and spending time with the artworks what do visitors need to know when coming to a gallery and how do we communicate it? are we experiencing the work, or just matching it to the description? what is a studio video? Looking, listening, encountering works, […]

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