Artist and curator Rebecca Krasnik joins us this week for our online Tuesday Talk!
Join us virtually on Zoom to hear from artists who will each share an original film about what time means to their practice followed by a live Q&A discussion. The public talks programme has been developed in collaboration with Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts at Lancaster University.
Rebecca Krasnik works across media and in various formats, from photography, video, 3D animation, to text and sculptural installation. Common to all her work is an investigative approach to images and the world represented through them.
Her work often derives from the great technological inventions from around the turn of the twentieth century, and how technological developments continue to influence general perceptions of time and space. A recurring theme in her work is time – as an emotion, as a tool for measurement, and as a conversation between people – and how the different perceptions of time collide or merge into one.