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Talking Art at Tate Modern

Susan Hiller

Interviewed by Richard Grayson

Susan Hiller is renowned for making works that investigate everyday phenomena that are often overlooked. Previous subjects have included UFO sightings (Witness, 2000), horror movies (Wild Talents, 1997), near-death experiences (Clinic, 2004), Punch and Judy shows (An Entertainment, 1990) and dreams (Dream Mapping, 1974). She uses sound, video, text and photography, often creating large-scale installations. She has been described as a feminist, a conceptualist and a para-conceptualist.

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