Tamar Clarke-Brown is a London-born and based curator, critic and creator. She completed her MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths, University London and her research is focused on digital culture, media arts and black diasporic practice. She is interested in developing projects with the potential for greater connectivity, access and critical investigation through experimental use of technology. Tamar is co-founder of collective BetaBabes and a contributor to Screenshot Magazine. Recent projects include A Moving Image that premiered at LA Film festival and BFI London Film Festival, embassyHACK, an exhibition at the Government Art Collection, An Improvement, an event exploring gentrification and race, and #BlackmendreamLDN.