David Claerbout’s work explores the conventions of film and photography via digital technology. Often his work investigates the blurred boundary between still and moving images, with the main focus being on the manipulation of time: the singular moment versus narrative – repetition and the expansion of a moment into multiple points of view.
David Claerbout lives and works in Antwerp. Since the late 1990’s, his work has been exhibited widely in international institutions.
This lecture was made possible by the Distinguished Visiting Artist Program. AHVA gratefully acknowledges assistance provided by Rennie Marketing Systems which has made this annual series possible.