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Colin Hambrook reviews Aaron Williamson's rise as performance and video artist, documented in a Live Art Development Agency publication

Book cover showing the artist in his guise as The Ornamental Hermit

Aaron Williamson: Performance, Video, Collaboration. Published by Live Art Development Agency and KIOSK, London, 2008

Colin Hambrook reviews the rise of Aaron Williamson as performance and video artist over the last eight years; as documented in a recent publication produced by The Live Art Development Agency.

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Image of Shouting Island, a performance commissioned by Anti Contemporary Art Festival, Kuopio, Finland, October 2007

Image of Shouting Island, a performance commissioned by Anti Contemporary Art Festival, Kuopio, Finland, October 2007

Colin Hambrook reviews the rise of Aaron Williamson as performance and video artist over the last eight years; as documented in a recent publication produced by The Live Art Development Agency.

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Image of Obscure Display, a performance and video installation at The Victoria and Albert Museum

Image of Obscure Display, a performance and video installation at The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, September - October 2000

Colin Hambrook reviews the rise of Aaron Williamson as performance and video artist over the last eight years; as documented in a recent publication produced by The Live Art Development Agency.

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Aaron Williamson and Katherine Araniello dressed as cartoon characters Tom and Jerry

The Disabled Avant-Garde. Aaron Williamson and Katherine Araniello dressed as cartoon characters Tom and Jerry

Colin Hambrook reviews the rise of Aaron Williamson as performance and video artist over the last eight years; as documented in a recent publication produced by The Live Art Development Agency.

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Colin Hambrook reviews the rise of Aaron Williamson as performance and video artist over the last eight years; as documented in a recent publication produced by The Live Art Development Agency.