Shaun Gladwell, “Neck” in (Dir.) Leo Faber, working with artists from the BADFAITH collective: Tony Albert, Amiel Courtin-Wilson, Daniel Crooks, Shaun Gladwell, Natasha Pincus, Luci Schroder, Exquisite Corpse, 2018, virtual reality artwork. Courtesy the artists.

The BADFAITH machine: The phantom point of view in VR

Kit Messham‑Muir is Associate Professor in Art, Curtin University, Perth, Australia. Earlier this year, he delivered a paper titled Bad Faith Intersubjectivity: The phantom‑subjective image in virtual reality contemporary art at the College Art Association Conference in Los Angeles. He is currently lead investigator on Art in Conflict, a three‑year ARC Linkage with the Australian War Memorial and the National Trust (NSW), in collaboration with the University of Melbourne, the University of New South Wales and the University of Manchester.

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