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Dunedin School of Art to host talk by Dutch visual artist

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Visual artist Udo Prinsen (Utrecht, the Netherlands) will speak at the Dunedin Art School on Thursday as part of his New Zealand visit.

Udo is a multidisciplinary director and visual artist whose work features in films and documentaries. He also creates exhibits and presentations for museums and science-related institutions and projects.

Udo will discuss his work and the Dutch film and design industry at the DSA at 12pm on Thursday, 15 August.

His current project, Touch base, will be a thread throughout the talk. Touch base is a crossover art and science project in which analogue, long exposure recordings are created in collaboration with Arctic science stations. By exploring and sharing innovative panorama imagery, he aims to connect a general audience with arctic science, art and design.

Working in Antarctica since 2013, Jackson has established an international Antarctic art collaboration using solar-graph photography.

Gateway Antarctica, the Centre for Antarctic Studies and Research at the University of Canterbury, invited Udo to New Zealand.

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