Daniel & Clara host a special edition of their Moving Image Salon with featured artist Lindsay Seers, who will discuss her moving image, installation & VR works.
Submitted by Moving Image Artists
Join us on Sat 27th November for a special online edition of the Moving Image Salon with featured artist Lindsay Seers, who will discuss her moving image, installation and VR works.
Lindsay Seers is a visual artist working with moving image, photography, installation and VR to create complex and layered environments that explore ideas around perception, consciousness, embodied experiences and technology.
The Moving Image Salon is hosted by artist Daniel & Clara and presented as part of MIA NOW, a project kindly supported by Arts Council England.
Free event, booking essential. // Zoom links will be sent out on the morning of the event.
The Moving Image Salon is hosted online by artist Daniel & Clara (27 NOV 14:00), & is booking now!
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