James Charlton

"James Charlton is New Zealand post-object artist who’s work includes video, object-based sculpture, stereo-lithography, installation, robotics, interactive screen-based and performance work. He lectures on post-material practices and interactive installation, topics that parallel to his PhD research on digital materiality with Plymouth University (UK).

Recent publications include: Pocket-calls: Point(s) of Contact between Art Practice and Philosophy (Kaiak, Journal of Philosophy, Upcoming), No More and Less: The Withdrawal of Speculation, (maHKUscript, Journal of Fine Art Research, 2019), Catch | Bounce: Towards a relational ontology of the digital in art practice, (Plymouth University, 2017), catch/bounce: Stack Overflows and Digital Actions (in Digital Movement. Palgrave MacMillian, 2015). Add to Shopping Basket (ARPA for Transmediale, DE, 2015), Post Screen Not Displayed (Post Screen Festival, PT, 2014) Remembering a Post-Digital Future (ARPA for Transmediale, DE, 2013), Acts of Materiality (Making Futures, Plymouth, UK, 2013)." - Artist Statement

CIRCUIT Resources

Essay (2020) by Mark Williams

Selected Exhibitions

THROWN (solo), Te Uru Gallery, Auckland

Rebound, KARST, Plymouth, UK
Catch|Bounce (solo), Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Three Actions in 56 Bytes, Mila Kunstgalerie, Berlin, Germany
Post-Screen Festival, Lisbon, Portugal

Bodytok Quintet, (with Phil Dadson, ongoing since 2012), various venues, New Zealand

Inside Out, Object Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Inside Out, Phoenix Square, Leicester, UK