Dave Loder is an artist, researcher and writer interested in language, time and materialism. His art practice operates at the convergence of sound, text, film and installation, and is manifested as itinerant processes, abstract apparatus and prototype instruments that deploy an agency that agonises new or alternative linguistic ontologies. Dave completed a PhD with Art Practice at the Belfast School of Art in 2014, titled “Stammers & Echoes: A manifesto” which develops the notion of linguistic materialism and proposes the paradigms of the stammer and the echo as (artistic) research practices. He is also a founding director of the Ulster Research Salon, an independent para-academic research collective that seeks to promote and discuss artistic and trans-disciplinary research practices within academic and extra-academic environments in Northern Ireland and beyond.
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