TateShots meets Dexter Dalwood at his Tate St Ives exhibition in February 2010.



In this film British artist Dexter Dalwood talks to us at Tate St Ives, where an exhibition of his work spanning the last 12 years is on show. Dalwood’s ambitious paintings depict imagined or constructed interiors and landscapes, often drawn from collective memories of historical events, people or places. Dalwood discusses paintings including ‘The Death of David Kelly’, 2008, based on events following the scandal over ‘weapons of mass destruction’ in Iraq.