William Card
William.Card@blackburn.ac.uk

I am a cross-disciplinary visual arts practitioner and researcher. I have a background and education in fine art and have taught on a wide range of courses at UCBC since 2008. My current artistic research examines the uncanny in relation to post-cinema, affect theory, animation, installation art and pervasive computer-generated visual effects.

Recent Publications & Other Research Outputs:

2014-16 (ongoing) What is the post-cinematic uncanny? An investigation into the affective potential of visual effects technologies in art practice. Practice-based postgraduate artistic research project at MIRIAD, Manchester Metropolitan University.

2016: (upcoming) The Atemporal Image at TRANSIMAGE: the transdisciplinary imaging conference at the intersection between art, science and culture. Plymouth University. Presentation of a research paper on my current artistic research practice.

2015: A\ /OID (Exhibition). Digital Innovation Shed Manchester. Exhibition of site-specific digitally composited CGI/live action videos.

2015: MMU Future Living Research Group: OPSIO. Presentation of ‘Simultaneous Description Ritual’ performance/activity as part of research day at MMU for the Future Living research Group

2015: ‘Carbon Meets Silicon’, Oriel Sycharth Gallery, Glyndwr University. My site specific video installation ‘ITA Railings’ was included in the exhibition, which was part of the internet technologies and Applications (ITA15) conference at Glyndwr.

2015: ‘Artist’s Slide Talk’: Performance artwork as part of the ‘Adopt a Slide’ event at MIRIAD, Manchester Metropolitan University

2015: Presentation at NSU Summer Symposium 2015. Druskininkai, Lithuania

Circle 7: Crossing Contexts: interventions through artistic research

DO-IT-YOURSELVES! Art practices, collectives and alternative forms of education as regenerative models for the future

Jacob’s Join: Presentation of artist’s writing practice