Turner Prize 2012… a truly raucous adventure of an exhibition.

“Paul Noble invites us into Nobson Newtown, his universe of miniatures; Elizabeth Price displays a contradictory dance of horror, tragedy and celebration; Luke Fowler analyses film and psychiatry through disjointed archival material; whilst with “unbridled enthusiasm” Spartacus Chetwynd entirely envelopes us in a surreal sphere of ritual, religion and puppetry. The exhibition is almost a barrage of information this year, brilliantly so, and as we move through a maze of corridors the sounds of each ensuing work invites the viewer on.”

This week my review has gone straight to Jotta, so see my full review here!






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