Visual artist and sociologist Nina Wakeford presents her latest solo exhibition, titled 484 14th Street, at London’s Legion TV from July 9 to August 2.
Dr. Nina Wakeford –who currently co-ordinates the PhD programme in Visual Sociology at Goldsmiths as well as the INCITE (Incubator for Critical Inquiry into Technology and Ethnography) research group, which she founded –has made a career of exploring contemporary topics in experimental ways, finding inspiration in things like internet cafes and women’s discussions lists.
In presenting her own spin on modern ethnography to investigate new technologies and virtual methodologies, 484 14th Street comes as part of The Immaterial Almanac, a series of collaborative projects and solo exhibitions featuring emerging artists experimenting with labour and performance and put on by the Almanac art space.
See the Legion TV exhibition page for details. **
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