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Anna Barham, Dan Shaw-Town, Michelle Lombardelli: Installation View at MOT International, 2010 © Mot International
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Untitled (Phylliidae version), 2010 Aluminium Tubes, Inkjet Print Variable © Courtesy of the artist and Mot International, London
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A Dictionary of Non-Christian Religions , 2010 Carved Black Walnut, Paint, Silkscreen Print © Courtesy of the artist and MOT International, London
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The Chair of the Painter of the Hole, 2009 Found Chair, Perspex © Courtesy of the artist and MOT International, London
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5 Foot Shelf (installation view), 2010 46 Pencil Drawings, Shelf, Books © Courtesy of the artist and MOT International, London
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The Downfall, 2010 Oil on Board 28.2 X 21.2 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and MOT International, London
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The Tent (film still), 2010 HD Video Installation, 9 Minutes © Courtesy of the artist and MOT International, London
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I Need to Look After my Conceptual Grand Dad, 2010 Video, Mixed Media © Courtesy of the artist and MOT International, London
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Your Higher Plane Awaits, 2010 Silver Inkjet Prints, Tape © Courtesy of the artist and MOT International, London
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Vermillion Vortex (still), 2010 Animated Film, 22 Minutes © Courtesy of the artist and MOT International, London
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Hidden Floor Objects, 2008 Mixed Media 39 X 49.5 X 17.5 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and MOT International, London
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
London
Lives in
London
Works in
London
Representing galleries
Mot International
Statement

2010 will be slightly different at MOT International, in that under the umbrella of a one year experiment, The gallery will dispense with conventional programming. It is intended that through this abandonment of traditional exhibition programming the gallery will be able to react to ideas from artists and curators almost immediately, with projects merging and usurping each other in a free-form reaction to current ideas edited by the director. This means that projects do not have to fit into traditional exhibition time-scales, they can collide, interact and even cancel each other. The most interesting works supersede their successors. Works can come and go over the year.

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