Photo: Joseph Ismail in Norfolk, East

Joseph Ismail

Artist, Maker, Researcher

Joseph Ismail is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Norfolk, U.K. His practice is historically contextualised within the crossover between Minimalism and Conceptualism, with particular reference to time-based work/ideas and the practices of expanded video & film from the 1960s and 1970s to the present day. Looking back contemporaneously, Ismail's research-led practice seeks to re-appropriate existing readings of historical works, which borders between homage and parody

Location Norfolk, East
Artforms / type of project Film & Video, Intervention, Performance, Photography, Text
Tags video, performance, minimalism, conceptualism, documentation, historicity, parody, mediation, photographic representation, language

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  • Seeing Beckett

    27/10/2014 – 31/10/2014
    Liverpool School of Art & Design (as part of the Liverpool Irish Festival)

    Visual responses to Beckett’s work presented in a range of media by a selection of diverse artists. Part of a collaborative project between University of Chester, Liverpool JMU, Reading, and the V&A

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