Turner Prize winner in 2004 Jeremy Deller studied at the Courtauld Institute of Art before becoming an artist and now acts as a curator, producer or director of a broad range of projects, including orchestrated events, films and publications.



Much of Deller’s work involves collaboration with individuals and groups, often taking folk culture as its raw material, with the aim of drawing attention to activity taking place outside what is conventionally thought of as the contemporary art world. As a student of art history, a practising artist working both within and outside of the confines of the museum, and an exhibition curator, Deller will present his personal reflections on the different experiences he has encountered in his negotiation of the museum, the academy and the studio.