William Fairbrother is a non-anthropocentric artist and researcher based in London. His works usually involve collaborations with other researchers / creative practitioners and are focussed towards the use of art as a tool to enable less human-centred points of view. He designs with hominins in mind, our closest evolutionary ancestors and non-humans related to us, and is currently concentrated on developing physical experiences that prioritise the subordinate senses over vision which dominates the art sector and media-centric world we live in today.
Selected exhibitions: Royal Academy of Arts 2016; IEEE VISAP Paris 2014. Selected writing: Gerald Moore Gallery 2017, EKSIG Denmark 2016, Performance Society by BooksFromTheFuture 2016.
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