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Keith Piper

Keith Piper

British, born 1960

Keith Piper’s (he/him/his) creative practice responds to specific social and political issues, historical relationships, and geographical sites. His work has been shown recently at Wolverhampton Art Gallery, UK (2019); Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall, London, UK (2017); and New Art Exchange, Nottingham, UK (2017). He teaches Fine Art at Middlesex University, London.

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In terms of the work that I began to make in the early 1990s, it was very much about...using video, using the Amiga as this really lo-fi and inexpensive computer to put together these video works, and that's why I used it. It was basically an affordable tool at a time when to make video you still needed access to quite expensive equipment.

Keith Piper

Keith Piper (British, born 1960). Surveillance: Tagging the Other, 1992. Five digital videos (color, sound) displayed on four monitors and one projector, and one digital audio file on speaker. Dimensions variable; each file, running time: 12 minutes, 3 seconds, looped. Courtesy of the artist.

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