Tutor – Digital Arts & Moving Image


Isaac Kariuki is a visual artist and writer whose work centres on surveillance, borders, internet culture and the black market, in relation to the Global South. His work has taken the form of image, video, lectures, writing and performance. He has exhibited at the Tate Modern, Kadist (Paris) and the Kampala Art Biennale among others as well as holding lectures at the Tate Britain and Yale University. He is the founder of Diaspora Drama a three-part publication exploring philosophical themes of the internet and technology. His writing has appeared in publications including Dazed Magazine, Garage and New York Magazine.