Isaac Sullivan

Isaac Sullivan (b. 1980, US) is a Dubai-based artist whose research interests include artificial intelligence, sound art, and the problematics of space and place. Exploring emerging technologies and cybernetics, his work engages with ecological thought and AI’s impact on images, data, territory, and observation. Sullivan’s exhibitions and performances, which incorporate video, text, and installation, include Kulturforum, Berlin; MMAG Foundation, Amman; Jameel Arts Centre, Dubai; Galerie Obrist, Essen; and Reference Point, London. He is co-founder of the collective, Cybernetic Listening; Assistant Professor of Visual Arts at Zayed University, Dubai; and author of Chyron: Grammar of Simultaneity, a chapter in Future Perfect: Catastrophe and Redemption in the Contemporary (Kaph Books, 2023).

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