Programmed by Siri Black
SIRI BLACK is an artist based in Glasgow. She works across analog and digital photography, film and sound to create installations that seek to trace instances of the couching of state power with technological prowess. Important is the detritus left in the wake of accelerated progress; the gaps of archives, the not so easily translate-able entanglement. Her research is often conducted through collaborations with other art practitioners and scientists.
She is currently an artist in residence at the year long “New Forms of Togetherness’ Digital Residency supported by the Goethe Institute and the Alliance Francaise. She has recently shown work as part of Present Futures Digital Festival and Radiophrenia, Glasgow. Recent exhibition include, Our World – The World to Come, 16 Nicholson Street, Glasgow (2020); Tunnels, Spirals, Lattices, Cobwebs, Lunchtime Gallery, Glasgow (2019); Too Little too Late, Outlier Gallery, Glasgow (2019).
Image: Untitled (Work in Progress), Siri Black, 2021, courtesy Siri Black