Daniel C. Blight (b. 1983) is a British writer, critic and curator based in London. He is an Editor of Loose Associations, a new quarterly publication from The Photographers’ Gallery. His writing, which ranges from fiction to the essay form – covering subjects as diverse as experimental photography, contemporary art, places without gravity, green-tinted spectacles, birds, nature and alcoholism in Mesopotamian temples – has been published by 1000 Words, Aperture, frieze, The Guardian, Notes on Metamodernism, Philosophy of Photography and Photoworks, alongside several artist’s books and gallery or museum publications. He regularly lectures and tutors at universities including Royal College of Art, University of Brighton, Coventry University, University of the Arts London and Goldsmiths, and has taught further away at the University of Copenhagen and the Estonian Academy of Arts, too.
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