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Artist Lecture: Antonio Roberts

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Antonio Roberts is an artist and curator based in Birmingham, UK, working primarily with video, code, and sound. He is critically engaged with the themes surrounding network culture and in his practice explores how technology continues to shape ideas of creation, ownership, and authorship. As a performing visual artist and musician, he utilizes live coding techniques to demystify technology and reveal its design decisions, limitations, and creative potential.

In this lecture, Roberts will be giving an insight into his visual art practice, covering his conceptual focus and approaches to using existing tools and building custom tools.

Roberts’ work has been featured at galleries and festivals including databit.me in Arles, France (2012), Glitch Moment/ums at Furtherfield Gallery, London (2013), Loud Tate: Code at Tate Britain (2014), glitChicago at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art in Chicago, US (2014), Permission Taken at Birmingham Open Media and University of Birmingham (2015-2016), Common Property at Jerwood Arts, London (2016), Ways of Something at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2017), Green Man Festival, Wales (2017), Barbican, London (2018), Copy / Paste at the Victoria and Albert Museum (2019) and We Are Your Friends at Czurles Nelson Gallery, Buffalo, US (2019).

He has curated exhibitions and projects including GLI.TC/H Birmingham (2011), the Birmingham editions of Bring Your Own Beamer (2012, 2013), Stealth (2015), and No Copyright Infringement Intended (2017), Copy Paste (2020), and Rules of Engagement (2020). He is part of a-n’s Artist Council, is an Artist Advisor for Jerwood Arts and from 2014 – 2019 he was Curator at Vivid Projects where he produced the Black Hole Club artist development programme.

Website: https://hellocatfood.com
Instagram: https://instagram.com/hellocatfood
Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/hellocatfood
YouTube: https://youtube.com/hellocatfood

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Year: 2020
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Year: 2020
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Year: 2019
Title: Glass
Year: 2014

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