Denis Masi

born 1942

Denis Masi, ‘Project Print’ 1973
Project Print 1973
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Biography

Denis Masi, (born 1942) is a British artist known for his experimental work which spans a broad range of media including assemblage, sculpture, installation, film, video, performance, photography, print, drawing and painting.

Masi’s work is uniquely varied and has no particular stylistic form. The mediums he uses are driven by ideas. His work is concerned with a continuing interest in the shared human experience of questioning and resisting. It is both highly personal and polemic and investigates complex issues about power and especially power structures in society.

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Artworks

Ian Colverson, Denis Masi For Otiose Sailors and Girl Guides Only ...

1973

Features

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The Legacy of Interaction: Artists at the Imperial War Museum 1981–2007

The idea that artists might reinvigorate and activate collections in new ways no longer seems a radical concept, but this ...

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