British artist Edmund Clark has been exploring subjects focused on incarceration and controls in the War on Terror through his work. His projects trace ideas of shared humanity, otherness and unseen experience through landscape, architecture and the documents, possessions and environments of subjects of political tension. He links history, politics and representation in his work and has received critical acclaim for his projects such as “Guantanamo: If The Light Goes Out”, “Control Order House” and most recently “The Mountains of Majeed.”
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