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Susan will be discussing the development of the Seascape project, and of course, her unique process.
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Susan Collins (b. 1964 London) is one of the UK’s leading artists working with digital media. For the past decade the collision between the real and the artificial or virtual has been a key area of investigation. Collins works across public, gallery and online spaces. Works include In Conversation; Tate in Space (a Bafta nominated Tate netart commission); Transporting Skies which transported sky (and other phenomena) live between Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance and Site Gallery Sheffield; Fenlandia and Glenlandia - live year long pixel by pixel internet transmissions from remote landscapes, and The Spectrascope, an ongoing live pixel by pixel transmission from a haunted house.
Recently completed commissions include a wildlife surveillance system for Sarah Wigglesworth Architects’s RIBA award winning Classroom of the Future and Underglow, a network of illuminated drains for the Corporation of London for Light Up Queen Street
Recent exhibitions have included Outlook Express(ed), Oakville Galleries, Ontario, Canada; Digital Aesthetic 2, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston; Webscape, Vestsjællands Kunstmuseum, Søro, Denmark 2007; Video Vortex, Montevideo/The Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam and Multiplicities at ARC Projects, Sofia, Bulgaria.
Susan Collins is Reader in Fine Art at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London. www.susan-collins.net
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