Ian Haig works across media, from video, sculpture, drawing, technology based media and installation. Haig’s practice refuses to accept that the low and the base level are devoid of value and cultural meaning. His body obsessed themes can be seen throughout a large body of work over the last twenty years. Previous works have looked to the contemporary media sphere and its relationship to the visceral body, the degenerative aspects of pervasive new technologies, to cultural forms of fanaticism and cults, to ideas of attraction and repulsion, body horror and the defamiliarisation of the human body.
ian haig
Analogue, 2016
10 mins (loop) sound by David Haberfeld
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noun-analogue, plural noun-analogues, noun-analog, plural noun-analogs

1. a person or thing seen as comparable to another – an interior analogue of the exterior world

2. an organ or part similar in function to an organ or part of another animal or plant but different in structure and origin

3. Biology-an analogous part or organ

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