Nicolas Malevé

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Nicolas Malevé is a visual artist, computer programmer and data activist, who lives and works between Brussels and London. Nicolas is currently working on a PhD thesis on the algorithms of vision at the London South Bank University in collaboration with The Photographers' Gallery. In this context, he initiated the project Variations on a Glance (2015-2018), a series of workshops on the experimental production of computer vision, conducted in several international venues such as Cambridge Digital Humanities Network (Cambridge, United Kingdom), Hangar (Barcelona, Spain), Algolit (Brussels, Belgium), or Arhus University, (Arhus, Denmark). He is a member of Constant and the Scandinavian Institute for Computational Vandalism. In the Active Archives project, with Michael Murtaugh, he experiments with techniques to engage with large collections of visual materials and explore different ways to navigate and question them. Nicolas contributed to exhibitions (documenta12, Kassel; Kiasma, Helsinki), research events (“Archive in Motion”, University of Oslo; Document, Fiction et Droit, Fine Arts Academy, Brussels; Image Net/Work, Fotomuseum, Winthertur), and publications by MIT Press and Presses Universitaires de Provence. [1] [2]