Daniel Eatock // Subject to Change
Daniel Eatock is a British creative who takes no mind to boundaries – boundaries like those often found between art and design, commercial and art object, producer and author. A graduate of the Royal College of Art, Eatock has design experience at institutions such as the Walker Art Center as well as independent ventures such as interdisciplinary art and design studio Foundation 33. Eatock’s care to systems, information, and archiving can be seen in both his monograph, Imprint, published in 2008 by Princeton's Architectural Press, and his website www.eatock.com. His website highlights Indexibit, a widely used Content Management System and website platform designed collaboratively by Eatock and Jeffery Vaska.
Eatock's lecture functions as a displaced narrative performance and continuation of the exhibition An Empty Room: The Sequel, utilized subsequently as an audio guide for the exhibition. Eatock’s lecture intervenes in the traditional lecture structure, in order to address the key questions of producing and framing creative knowledge.
Suggested materials by Daniel Eatock can be found here.