Tamar Clarke-Brown (b.1990) is a freelance curator, critic and creator born and raised in London. She recently completed her MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths, University of London (August 2016). Her research is focused on digital culture, black diaspora and interdisciplinary practice. She is interested in developing new, open and playful projects for the digital age, with the potential for greater connectivity, access and critical investigation through experimental use of technology. Tamar writes for platforms including NTS Radio and Screenshot Magazine, an online and biannual print magazine. She has presented papers at the Courtauld Institute and assisted production on shows with institutions including Autograph ABP, Limoncello Gallery and the Whitechapel Gallery. She recently curated CONFLUX (2015) for University of the Arts London; embassyHACK (2016) at the Government Art Collection, London; and #BlackmendreamLDN (2016) at Buster Mantis, London. She also recently did the art direction for the multimedia feature-film ‘A Moving Image’ (2016), and the BFI and Sundance selected short ‘Dear Mr Shakespeare’ (2016). She recently co-founded the curatorial and artist collective BetaBabes along with collaborator Francesca Altamura, which develops experimental digital media projects.Locked Pro Plan feature
Arts and culture. Providing online editorial content for NTS Radio and Screenshot Magazine – Art reports, interviews, artist profiles and think pieces.
Curator - Developing, fundraising and marketing independent and collaborative projects with artists and interdisciplinary makers & institutions. Online and offline experimental productions. Co-ordinating and hosting live events –discussions, workshops and conferences, often supporting diverse working teams. Liaising and maintaining relationships with artists, curators, other arts professionals, media and members of the public. Art direction - feature-length and short film productions. Researching, designing and implementing creative vision for film productions. Budget and resource management, set design, construction, dressing, and striking, props and effects, equipment setup, liaising between departments.