Digitally-focused artist Kailum Graves talks to Jonathan O'Brien about the internet as a tool, curation as art, and the legality of copyright and appropriative works.
Kailum Graves is an emerging artist critically obsessed with the artifactual digital object. He works predominantly in the medium of photography and within the sphere of the photographic process, including large-scale video installations. His practice reflects the influence of technology on the photographic medium and sits resolutely within the context of future movements of contemporary photography. He wrote this in the third person.
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