Duncan Poulton is a British artist working with appropriated digital video and computer-generated imagery. His works observe, deconstruct and reconfigure found online content in order to form new associations between images and their authors’ original context of production. His practice is invested in the knowing misapplication of established techniques and formal strategies, the productive misinterpretation of existing cultural content. Though each work is discrete and contained within an internal logic, all share a concern with mythology, art history and the peculiarities of an increasingly virtual world.
What does post-truth mean to you?
Fuck shit up.
How do you make art after capitalism?
Ask yourself a question.
Remember the future.
Is objectivity a myth?
Tell us a story we’ll never forget.
When do you feel lonely?
Please create a portrait of me.
When will it all end?