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Michael Dean | Turner Prize 2016 | TateShots

Michael Dean presents Sic Glyphs, a combination of works from his nominated exhibitions at South London Gallery and de Appel, Amsterdam.

Dean starts his process with writing, which he then gives a physical form. He creates moulds and casts of his words, abstracting them into an alphabet of human-scale shapes using everyday materials such as concrete, soil, sand, and corrugated sheet metal.

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