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Imogen Stidworthy

Imogen Stidworthy (United Kingdom, 1963) uses the voice as her main preoccupation. In her work, she approaches the voice as something sculptural, a spatial material which we apply to locate ourselves physically and culturally. With her installations composed of video, audio, print and objects, she raises questions on how we experience and conceive a space where words are unstable, run out, or fail, and what other forms of understanding might emerge in the face of unreadability — in context, for example, of neurological or emotional conditions, linguistic, or cultural differences.