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Christopher Brown
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Chris’s practice concerns the influence of digital and new media on contemporary culture and fine art practice, and in particular time and space through the use of still and moving images. Issues addressed include image saturation within a new media landscape.

The photograph is a starting point, which is used as a tool for capturing images that can be manipulated in different ways, often feeding into other areas such as time-based video. Generational issues surrounding technologies global influence are important, and the transience of modern society. The use of still and moving images can be viewed as an extension of painting, as a means of creating visual experiences, which extend into screenings, installations and live audio-visual performances.


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