Jeremy Deller has been described as ‘part alchemist and part social – anthropologist’. Acting as producer, director, or curator of a broad range of projects including orchestrated events, films and publications, Deller draws attention to forms of culture on the fringes of the mainstream. Deller received the Turner Prize in 2004 for his installation, Memory Bucket, a documentary about Crawford, Texas the hometown of George W Bush and the siege in nearby Waco.
Supported by the UM Program in Creativity & Consciousness Studies, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
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