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Exodus VI, West Lamma Channel, South China Sea, 2011

Exodus VI, West Lamma Channel, South China Sea, 2011
chromogenic print, flush-mounted on aluminium
signed, titled, dated and numbered '3/7' in ink on artist's label (backing board, verso)
image/sheet 31½ x 63in. (80 x 160cm.)
This print is number 3 from the edition of 7.
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Exodus is an exploration of the most significant migrations of the early 21st Century. As the ability of humans, goods and services to circumnavigate the planet increases exponentially we are left disconnected from a simple view of our common identity. Indeed, as our economic and geo-political differences intensify, the unstoppable movement and expansion of actual and digital assets challenge the power of the individual in society, the state and corporations to control opinions, actions and environments. Exodus provokes questions concerning the biggest changes in contemporary society through large-scale representations of the key themes that influence globalisation in the modern world.

Selected Exhibitions 2009 - 2012
BRICs The Mega City, Dinaburg Arts, New York, USA;
The Paralympics, British Airways HQ, Heathrow, UK;
BRICs, Saatchi Gallery, Chelsea, London, UK;
Behind the Headlines, Arts Council Collection, Houses of Parliament, London, UK;
Exodus, 1508, 7 Howick Place, London, UK;
The Paralympics, The Olympic Hospital, London, UK;
BRICs & Exodus, The Inception Gallery, Paris, France;
Exodus, Landmarks, Someerset House, London, UK.

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