Isaac Sullivan (b. 1980, US) is a Dubai-based artist whose research interests include artificial intelligence, sound art, and the problematics of space and place. His recent exhibitions and performances – which include Kulturforum, Berlin; 8th Tashkent Biennale; Jameel Arts Centre, Dubai; Alserkal Avenue, Dubai; Kerka Gallery, St. Petersburg; Beirut Design Week; DIVE x Fabrika, Tbilisi; and ECC’s 58th Venice Biennale collateral – explore spatial and temporal forms of latency through video, installation, and sonic intervention. Sullivan has been featured in various publications including Quarterly West, Canvas magazine, and 1913: A Journal of Forms. He is currently Assistant Professor of Visual Arts at Zayed University, Dubai.