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Amalia Lindo, *Computer Shoulders*, 2019, multi-channel HD video installation,16:9, colour, sound, 16:00 mins.

Amalia Lindo: Computer Shoulders
  • Stephen Palmer

27 Apr 2019
6 Apr - 2 Jun 2019

Amalia Lindo’s exhibition Computer Shoulders consists of three identical flat television monitors held at various angles by long black poles protruding from the walls and ceiling, and a single framed photograph of roughly the same size, mounted on the wall. The monitors display three interrelated videos, consisting of visual material which for the most part has been gleaned from YouTube, using an algorithm developed by Lindo in collaboration with data scientist Tim Lynam.

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