Ceal Floyer

born 1968

Ceal Floyer, ‘Monochrome Till Receipt (White)’ 1999
Monochrome Till Receipt (White) 1999
© Ceal Floyer, courtesy Lisson Gallery, London
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Ceal Floyer (born 1968, lives and works in Berlin) is a British visual artist known for her work in a variety of media that share a humorously wry approach to language and the semiotics of the everyday. In a catalogue essay for her show at Ikon Gallery in Birmingham, Jeremy Millar comments: "It seems clear, I think, that word-play is central to Floyer's work as both a generative and interpretive force...."

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