Contemporary Arts Practice (CAP) brings together practitioners and researchers from across the creative spectrum including visual artists, composers, sound designers, theorists and art psychotherapists.
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Samantha Jury is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores the psychological impact of film-based imagery and how its ubiquity shapes our understanding of society and self. Jury works across the medias of photography, video, sound and installation, whilst navigating the gaps and fissures between moving and still imagery. In her most recent works, Jury has been examining depictions of trauma and event within the framework of ‘suspended traumas’; the idea that dramatic/traumatic incidents from the past are continually replayed in the media in detachment from specific moment or place. This includes depictions of impending events such as those caused by environmental and climate extremes. When exhibited, her work is presented as installation, and her video works are often shown as projected into 3-forms, or site-responsively in non-gallery contexts.
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