Keith Tyson’s work was among the outstanding inclusions in the 2001 Venice Biennale, confirming his growing international reputation. His practice is concerned with the shaping of infinite, technological possibilities into discernible forms. His Artmachine, for example, is a device that creates artworks by combing apparently disparate, arbitrary thoughts and ideas drawn from libraries, the Internet and elsewhere. It has a logical structure and process, and yet includes that which escapes the terms of rational thought and investigation. Tyson gave an illustrated presentation, and was then in conversation with the curator, Jeremy Miller. An exhibition of Keith Tyson’s work is on show at the South London Gallery in January 2002.