The work of American artist Aaron Flint Jamison explores the secret life of information. One recent exhibition, at Cubitt in London, included a Jacuzzi turned into a sculptural object and exhaling air. Another show, at Artists Space in New York, featured a 3D scanner mounted on a tripod, surveying the gallery and accumulating massive files. Meanwhile, Jamison’s work in the current Liverpool Biennial consists of an array of hugely powerful computer circuits in air-conditioned boxes, linked to a control room…
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