CASS Fine Art's Lunchbox Lectures give recently graduated artists or postgraduate students a one-hour opportunity on Monday lunchtimes to talk about their recent art.
Date: 1 November 2014
Jamie Jenkinson is a London-based artist working with video, with a BA in Video Art Production from UCA Maidstone and an MA in Visual Communication from the Royal College of Art. His interests lie in the accessibility and comprehension of the video image, both socially and technologically. Jamie will talk about making work on a camera phone, the social impacts of consumer access to cinematic technologies and its transition into ‘art’. Through his practice, Jamie has had solo exhibitions in London and exhibited at the V&A, National Portrait Gallery and MoMA, among others.
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