Luke Munn

Luke Munn uses both practice-based and theoretical approaches to explore the intersections between technology and capital, body and code. His projects have featured in the Kunsten Museum of Modern Art, the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Fold Gallery London, Causey Contemporary Brooklyn and the Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum, with commissions from Aotearoa Digital Arts and TERMINAL. He is a Studio Supervisor at Whitecliffe College of Art & Design and a current PhD Candidate at the Institute for Culture & Society, Western Sydney University. Recent publications include “I am a Driver-Partner” in Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation (2017), and “Seeing with Software: Palantir and the Regulation of Life” in Studies in Control Societies. A book based on his ongoing thesis, “Unmaking the Algorithm” is forthcoming from Meson Press. Contact:

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