Artist Lucy Raven speaks with David Joselit about her multidisciplinary practice and contemporary notions of image-making and viewing. Reflecting on the production and circulation of both analog and digital images—how they function, where they come from, and how they get distributed—Raven's animated films aim to denaturalize the process of viewing and draw attention to the ways in which films are inextricably bound up in complex systems of global commerce and finance.

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