Daniel C. Blight (b. 1983) is a British writer, critic and curator based in London. He is Co-Editor of Loose Associations, a new quarterly publication from The Photographers’ Gallery and Associate Lecturer in the history and theory of photography at Camberwell College for the Arts, UAL; Coventry University and the University of Brighton. His writing – which ranges from fiction to the essay form and covers subjects as diverse as experimental photography, contemporary art, places without gravity, birds, nature and alcoholism in Mesopotamian temples – has been published by 1000 Words, Aperture, American Suburb X, frieze, The Guardian, Notes on Metamodernism, Philosophy of Photography and Photoworks. He has also contributed writing to several artist’s books and gallery or museum publications in the UK, France, Estonia and Australia. His current PhD research focuses on photographic and literary representations of the bird, 1840-present. From time to time he organises exhibitions under the moniker Chandelier, in collaboration with artists and other curators and writers. Details of these projects can be found here.