Amalia Lindo

Amalia Lindo (b. 1990, United States) is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Naarm/Melbourne. She immigrated to Australia from Harare, Zimbabwe in 2005, and is of Panamanian-American descent. In 2016, she completed a Bachelor of Fine Art (First Class Honours) at Monash Art, Design and Architecture. Incorporating human and algorithmic decision-making into filmmaking, her work examines the effects of automated technologies, such as artificial intelligence, on human labour, behaviour and decision-making. In 2022, she was the winner of the Digital Art Prize', a biennial national award for digital art presented by Goolugatup Heathcote, Perth.

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Amalia Lindo, Telltale: Economies of Time (trailer), 2022-23, twelve-channel colour digital video installation, twelve-channel panned audio, stainless steel tube, stainless steel coupler swivels, stainless steel tube clamps, dimensions variable, 6 hr 36 min

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