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UWE Fine Art/Art in the City Lecture Series: Nathaniel Mellors

Tuesday 14 February 2012, 23:00

Wed 15 Feb
The complex relationship between language and power is a recurring theme in Nathaniel Mellors' multi-faceted work, typically manifesting itself in absurdist, humorous narratives that reveal a penchant for satire and the grotesque. Parodying the formats and structures through which information is popularly conveyed, Mellors sets up theatrical frameworks to test the line between meaningful content and incomprehensibility. At the core of his practice lies a fascination with the relationship between word and effect.

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