Clunie Reid

Senior Lecturer

Central Saint Martins

Biography

Clunie Reid lives in London and is an artist working in digital imagery, mixed-media and video.

Solo exhibitions of her work include Peek a de Boom (Gallerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart, 2009), Dumb Down, Get Dressed, Move Out (Studio Voltaire, London, 2010), In Pursuit of the Liquid (MOTinternational, 2013) and Project 8 (Contemporary Art Society, 2015). She has also taken part in Nought to Sixty (ICA, London, 2008), Karaoke (Fotomuseum Winterthur, 2009), Free (New Museum, New York, 2010), Art Now (Tate Britain, 2010), The Triennale der Photographie (Kunstverein Hamburg, 2015), Duh! Art and Stupidity (Focal Point Gallery, 2015) and Powerpoint Polemics (The Photographers’ Gallery, 2016). Recent screenings include Les Fleurs du Mal (BWA Wroclaw, 2012), Alma Mater (Lux touring programme of new British Video art, 2012), Stupidious (South London Gallery, 2014), Film: Art Basel Miami Beach (2014) and From Headstone to Hard drive (Central Saint Martins, London, 2014). She was recently guest editor for Bookworks and their series GSOH: The Rest is Dark.

Reid is a Senior Lecturer at Central Saint Martins.

Research interests

Digital image; moving image; montage; representation; humour; subversion; identification.

Research statement

I work in a number of ways across digital software programs to re-work and pro-activate imagery, performing a “return of the subjected” with force. I am interested in modes of visual humour, modern histories of image-based critique, identification, subjectivity and the ongoing function of the feminine in representation.

Selected research outputs