Susan Schuppli’s work examines material evidence from war and conflict to environmental disasters. Creative projects have been exhibited throughout Europe, Asia, Canada, and the US. Recent commissioned works include Learning from Ice, Toronto Biennial, Nature Represents Itself, SculptureCenter, Trace Evidence, Bildmuseet, Umea and Atmospheric Feedback Loops, a Vertical Cinema project for Sonic Acts, Amsterdam. She has published widely within the context of media and politics and is author of the forthcoming book, Material Witness (MIT Press). Schuppli is Director of the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths University of London and is an affiliated artist-researcher as well as board chair of Forensic Architecture. http://susanschuppli.com
Matthew C. Wilson’s videos and sculptures draw out entanglements between natural, historical, economic, and perceptual processes. Wilson holds an MFA from Columbia University. He has been a participant at the Whitney Independent Study Program, Jan van Eyck Academie, Skowhegan, among other residencies. Wilson launched the Spectral Exchange framework in November 2018 as an outcome of his Artistic Research Residency at Tabakalera. His forthcoming film “Within the Temple Without” will premiere at IFFR - International Film Festival Rotterdam in January 2019. He is currently Artist in Residence at Aalto University in Helsinki. http://www.matthewcwilson.com/
Jol Thomson is an artist, sound designer, researcher and collaborator working at the intersections of cultural studies, particle physics, environmental humanities, and experimental music and moving image. He received his mesiterschüler from Städelschule in 2013. In 2016 he won the MERU Art*Science Award for his a/v composition G24|0vßß. He was a fellow of the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart from 2016-2017. In 2018 he participated in the group exhibitions Blind Faith: Between the Cognitive and the Visceral in Contemporary Art at the Haus Der Kunst, Munich, as well as the Open Codes: Living in Digital Worlds group exhibition at the ZKM (Center for Art and Technology), Karlsruhe. http://www.jol-t.com
Exhibition Research Lab is an academic research centre and a public venue established in 2012 as part of Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University. Dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of exhibitions and curatorial knowledge, it presents a year round programme of research exhibitions, events, residencies, fellowships, publications, and education at postgraduate and doctoral levels.
Exhibition Research Lab Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University Duckinfield Street
L3 5RD Liverpool
Hours: Monday–Friday 10am–5pm