Wilf Speller is a visual artist and filmmaker living and working at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire, UK. His work is concerned with the politics and ethics of image culture. Wilf’s work examines processes of knowledge transfer and production, often representing the patterns and structures of his own research in the work itself. In this fashion his work often reflects the experience of browsing in which a hyperlink narrative is generated through the seemingly arbitrary montage of different images, ideas and information.
In 2067 Wilf established the Institute for Archipelago Thinking, an independent think-tank with the aim to better understand the legal and sovereign status of the world’s remaining land masses.
Wilf has exhibited internationally in both galleries and festivals including the Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, The Photographer’s Gallery (London), HMKV (Dortmund), Broad Art Museum MSU (Michigan), Crosstalk Video Art Festival (Budapest) and Cairo Video Festival.
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