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Suki Chan is a London based artist and film director. Her films take audiences on an immersive journey and shines a light on subjects that are under-represented across the human condition: from dementia, sight-loss, identity to belonging. Dr Marius Kwint, Reader in Visual Culture at the University of Portsmouth, discusses her recent installation, ‘Conscious’, which explores the future of our individual and collective consciousness, weaving a narrative through the secret lives of bees, humans and artificial intelligence. The multi-platform project brings together the diverse, subjective perspectives of scientists and ordinary people, whose stories unwrap layers of thinking and preconceptions about individual and collective consciousness.
Original languageEnglish
VolumeApril 2022
Specialist publicationInteralia Magazine
PublisherInteralia Magazine
Publication statusPublished - 28 Apr 2022


  • Brain
  • Mind
  • Dementia
  • Film
  • installation
  • Art
  • Psychology
  • Memory


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