MATTHEW DOMMETT

Matthew Dommett’s practice is largely concerned with the reductive nature of communication and ways in which experience is documented and distorted through semiotic exchange; representation as irreverent parody is a recurring theme in the work. These considerations are consequential to research into the autistic brain in relation to neurotypical and psychedelic states, viewed alongside neuropsychology, Jungian psychoanalysis, Heidegger’s phenomenology, and Baudrillard’s postmodernism.

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