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Strategies of framing, layering, folding and flipping in networked performance

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Strategies of framing, layering, folding and flipping in networked performance was a guest lecture given at the Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus University of Technology and the University of Nicosia in Cyprus in association with NeMe.

Exploring a series of works created over the last ten years by artist Garrett Lynch (IRL) and exhibited at Self as Actor: colonising identity at NeMe in Limassol, Cyprus this lecture discusses a number of themes and strategies employed by the artist and how they relate to wider contexts of practice. These include both contexts the artist is specifically engaged with, networked art and networked performance, but also have implications beyond these to numerous other practices.

Networked art and networked performance will be explained at the outset as a developing area of practice with different interpretations and issues, however emphasis will be placed on the artist’s own interpretation with its basis in his doctoral thesis, developed framework of practice, the series of works and their ongoing development.

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