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Phil Collins, b.1970

young serbs (milan)2001

young serbs (milan) is a 2001 work by Phil Collins. It is not currently on display in IMMA. It is currently out on loan. It is part of the IMMA Permanent Collection.

MediumLightjet print reverse mounted on Diasec
Dimensions74 x 92 x 3 cm
Credit LineIMMA Collection: Heritage Gift, 2018, 2018
Item NumberIMMA.4057
Out on loan Ghosts From the Recent Past, West Wing, IMMA, 01/09/2020 - 01/03/2021
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Phil Collins, young serbs (milan), 2001, Lightjet print reverse mounted on Diasec, 74 x 92 x 3 cm, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Heritage Gift, 2018, 2018

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About the Artist

Phil Collins b.1970

Born in 1970, Collins grew up in the North of England. He studied Drama and English Literature at the University of Manchester, before moving to Belfast to complete an MA in Fine Art at the University of Ulster. He received the Paul Hamlyn Award for Visual Arts in 2001, and was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2006 and Artes Mundi Prize in 2012. Over the last twenty years Collins has gained recognition for ambitious projects which are rooted in a close relationship with place, people and communities. Manifesting as films, installations, performative situations or live events, his work foregrounds the aspects of lived experience, the radical potential of empathy and connection, and voices that have often been disregarded or suppressed. Across different geographies, ethnicities, class, and language – from Europe and the Middle East to South East Asia to North and South Americas – Collins’ approach is guided by an ethos of exchange, exemplified by a commitment to long-term process and engagement with the local context. Over the years his collaborators have included, amongst others, the youth of Baghdad, Palestinian disco dancers, friends and lovers in Belgrade, protagonists of Turkish and British reality TV, the stars of Mexican telenovelas, anti-fascist skinheads in Malaysia, teachers of Marxism-Leninism from the former German Democratic Republic, and men incarcerated in one of the United States' largest maximum security prisons. Reflecting disarming immediacy, while remaining critical of uneven power dynamics and the political economy of culture, Collins’ diverse practice underlines everyday hardships, a shared sense of solidarity, and what it means to relate to one another. Collins is currently based in Berlin and Wuppertal, Germany. He is Professor of Video and Performance at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne.
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