Important Works Made in the Last Five Years by Turner Prize Winner Simon Starling at Tate St. Ives

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CORNWALL.- Tate St Ives presents the first major exhibition in the UK of the work of Simon Starling since he won the Turner Prize in 2005. The exhibition draws on important works made in the last five years; almost all previously unseen in the UK. In addition, Starling has created a major new site specific work, commissioned especially for the show. Employing video, film, slide projections, photography and sculpture, Starling’s work reveals rich, unexpected and complex histories, brought to light through his forensic – if sometimes elliptical – unravelling of an image, object or event. The exhibition’s selection of works, in the very particular context of rural Cornwall, emphasises Starling’s long-running interest in the relationship and interplay between culture and nature, and his ongoing examination, excavation and transformation of the material world. A major new commission has