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Perhaps more than any artist working today Jeremy Deller has expanded the possibilities of what art might be. Curator and collector, a film-maker and orchestrator, his work takes many forms. Tim Marlow on ... Jeremy Deller: Joy in People
A range of reconstructions, slide shows, historical material and films: from 3D bats to his own bedroom. ibid.
One last question before Deller’s media nightmare is over. You can’t draw, you can’t paint – how do you get the nerve to call yourself an artist? Deller, quite properly, rolls his eyes. ‘The thing is – the world has moved on. You’re not writing with quills on parchment. Why is art the only thing that can’t progress in terms of the means of production?’ It’s a good question, and one best answered by Jeremy Deller’s vibrant presence in British art. The Guardian online 8th December 2004
Artist Jeremy Deller defies all the labels and categories of the art world. He is a visual artist who can’t paint, can’t draw and professes no great technical skill – yet he is widely regarded as one of the most important artists in Britain today. He uses images, objects, words and real people to present a portrait of the modern world, from the factory floor to the Iraq war. What is at the heart of his creative vision? BBC online 20th December 2013, Hard Talk