A reading and dialogue between Kate Fahey and Elisabeth Molin exploring the materialities and textures of language.
Artist Elisabeth Molin explores the world through an associative, process driven approach to storytelling. Writing and stories – in one form or another – are always part of her method of working, which materializes itself as printed matter, installations, sculptures and video works. Molin‘s work often responds to an accelerated yet fragmented feeling for time, and through them she attempts to suggest new intersections, new temporal materialities and new modes of belonging.
Kate Fahey is an artist and researcher in forms of knowledge production that intersect with scientific logic. She works specifically with how images, and the technologies through which we encounter them, mediate the ways we understand the world around us. Her practice is informed by feminist new-materialist approaches to human and non-human interactions with technology. She explores mutations of language and algorithmic information as affirmative modes of unruliness, intervening in techno-scientific systems such as scanning, mapping and surveillance practices.
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