The interface is this state of ‘being on the boundary.’ It is that moment where one significant material is understood as distinct from another significant material. In other words, an interface is not a thing, an interface is always an effect. It is always a process or a translation.

(Galloway 2012: 33)



Graham Kelly is an artist, filmmaker and writer. His practice is situated in the interface between contemporary forms of image, the physical body and environment. By considering this interaction as an engulfing and continuous state or effect, his work seeks to expose and dissect power structures that are cast, distorted or enforced within it. His works have been screened and exhibited in a number of international contexts that include: Recontres Internationales, Kino der Kunst, Lo schermo dell’arte, EYE Filmmuseum, TENT, Transmission, Intermedia, Generator Projects and The Moscow Biennale for Young Art. He was a resident at the Jan van Eyck Academy in 2015/16.