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  1. Video: Interview
    29 September 2014
    Length: 00:03:29

    Turner Prize nominee James Richards discusses his diverse ways of image-making using video and original sound compositions in this film shot at the...

    Part of the series: TateShots
  2. Video: Exhibition
    29 September 2014
    Length: 00:04:01

    Turner Prize nominee Tris Vonna-Michell discusses his creation of multilayered narratives delivered as audio recordings and slide projections in...

    Part of the series: TateShots
  3. Video: Interview
    29 September 2014
    Length: 00:03:20

    Turner Prize nominee Ciara Phillips discusses her fascination with the serendipitous nature of the printing process in this intimate film shot...

    Part of the series: TateShots
  4. Video: Interview
    29 September 2014
    Length: 00:04:49

    Turner Prize nominee Duncan Campbell discusses understanding certain histories through objects and his filmmaking process in this film shot his...

    Part of the series: TateShots
  5. Video: Interview
    29 August 2014
    Length: 00:03:00

    ‘We make ourselves and re-make ourselves by the objects we surround ourselves with’. Artist Brian Griffiths talks about the multitude of objects he...

    Part of the series: TateShots
  6. Video: Interview
    24 July 2014
    Length: 00:03:02

    ‘You use what you need to get what you want’. Eva Rothschild explores her use of materials in her sculptural works

    Part of the series: TateShots
  7. Video: Interview
    7 July 2014
    Length: 00:05:12

    From dazzle ships to Whistler, the Liverpool Biennial has taken over the city. TateShots takes a tour of the UK's largest international...

    Part of the series: TateShots
  8. Video: Interview
    12 June 2014
    Length: 00:03:41

    From chickens sculpted out of animal bones, to gargantuan ship's figureheads, welcome to the world of British Folk Art

    Part of the series: TateShots
  9. Video: Interview
    29 May 2014
    Length: 00:04:11

    A ‘work without words’, Incidents is a portfolio of 27 photographs depicting ordinary moments in the everyday lives of strangers

    Part of the series: TateShots
  10. Video: Interview
    20 February 2014
    Length: 00:03:47

    Known for his rich and complex images of the American South, William Eggleston is the godfather of colour photography

    Part of the series: TateShots
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