Tamar Clarke-Brown is a London based freelance curator, critic and creator. She holds an MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths, University of London (2016). Her interdisciplinary practice focuses on experimental futurisms, digital culture, representation and the black diaspora. Tamar has worked with institutions including
Serpentine Galleries and Autograph ABP and presented at institutions such as ICA London, Tate Galleries and Bard Berlin.
Tamar contributes to platforms including AQNB, Screenshot Magazine and Protein Journal, most often writing on the intersection of technology and black critical theory, resistance and speculative futures. Recent curatorial projects include I Am at Playco (2018), embassyHACK at the Government Art Collection (2016) and
#Blackmendream LDN at Buster Mantis (2016), which extended through a digital zine.