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The interpretive positioning of the audience as individual, specific and as multiple entities has always been a central concern in my work. The factual aura of a received narrative and its homogenizing affect or expectation of an audience creates the material with which I work. Sites of engagement are the various and multiplying formats in which knowledge is constructed and disseminated: from physical archives to the default collective construction of archiving on the web, museum displays, linguistic structures, filmic tropes, etc.

The Syntactical Impossibility of Approaching With A Pure Heart is a 9 to13 channel video installation including LED signage, light-boxes, projection and screen-based work. The work engages with the notion of a-priory imaginings of landmark iconography and uses appropriated material, collections of drawings, real-time footage, and animation.

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Aura Satz - Samsung Art+ Prize 2012 Nominee
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Aura Satz

Spiral Sound Coil, Drawing, 2011
Doug Fishbone - Samsung Art+ Prize 2012 Nominee
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Doug Fishbone

Elmina (Fight), 2010
Erika Tan - Samsung Art+ Prize 2012 Nominee
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Erika Tan

The Syntactical Impossibility of Approaching with a Pure Heart, 2008
Hiraki Sawa - Samsung Art+ Prize 2012 Nominee
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Hiraki Sawa

Did I? Installation shot, 2011
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard - Samsung Art+ Prize 2012 Nominee
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Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard

Walking After Acconci (Redirected Approaches), 2005
Lucky PDF - Samsung Art+ Prize 2012 Nominee
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Lucky PDF

TV, Ruth Beale on set, 2011
Neil Cummings - Samsung Art+ Prize 2012 Nominee
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Neil Cummings

Ms Chan, still from Museum Futures, 2008 (with Marysia Lewandowska)
Semiconductor - Samsung Art+ Prize 2012 Nominee
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Semiconductor

Magnetic Movie, 2007
Thomson & Craighead - Samsung Art+ Prize 2012 Nominee
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Thomson & Craighead

A short film about War, 2009
Torsten Lauschmann - Samsung Art+ Prize 2012 Nominee
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Torsten Lauschmann

Digital Clock, 2010
18 - 29 Jan 2012 BFI Southbank