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Catherine Yass: 'I try to make work that provokes thought'

The filmmaker and photographer shows us her studio and the camera she has been using for twenty-five years

Catherine Yass is noted for her films and brightly coloured photographs. Her stills present an image which is usually a combination of the positive and negative. Many of her works are mounted on light boxes.

Her films explore architecture, space, geography and landscape. Yass's subjects are varied: her early works often depict the people and institutions who commissioned, supported, or curated her work.

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