Duncan Whitley (b. 1974) is an artist working predominantly with sound and the moving-image. His work synthesizes contemporary visual and sound art, documentary and socially-engaged practice.
Duncan has presented site-specific projects, audiovisual works and sound installations in the UK, Europe and South America, including Things Fall Apart, Whitechapel Gallery, London, Coventry Biennial, Coventry (2017); Entre Naranjos y Cal, EMASESA, Seville (2017); Writing of Stones, b-side Festival, Dorset (2014); Sbarbi’s Arrow, Soundford Gallery, London (2013); G. D. Parada, Serralves Museum, Porto (2010).
He has co-curated exhibitions of sound work, such as Me and My Shadow at Wilton’s Music Hall featuring installations and performances by Thor McIntyre-Burnie and Chris Watson, Phillip Jeck and Janek Schaefer and others.
Alongside his artistic practice Duncan works as a freelance sound recordist, editor and sound designer.
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