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* Limited to only 50 copies
* Hand-signed and numbered by the artist
* Frequency recording of Brasilian and Mexican free-tail bats leaving Frio Caves in Texas was made by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller for his much loved 3D audio-visual.
Signed and hand numbered by the artist, this frequency recording of Brasilian and Mexican free-tail bats leaving Frio Caves in Texas was made by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller for Exodus, 2012 – his much loved 3D audio-visual artwork showcased at his blockbuster mid-career retrospective, Joy In People, at London’s Hayward gallery.
Featuring exclusive front and back cover photography, shot by Deller on location in West Texas, and printed on Perfect Image pristine white board, the heavyweight 180-gram one-sided vinyl features six minutes of a recording of these incredible mammals in their natural environment. It may surprise you – listen to a two minute audio segment below.
This signed edition is limited to only 50 copies worldwide, and is available to order now, exclusively from The Vinyl Factory.
Deller has helped to rewrite the rules of contemporary art for the past two decades, moving seamlessly from artistic producer, publisher, filmmaker, collaborator and archivist. His interest in the convergence of art and music is evident in the show, from his 1997 Acid Brass work, where traditional brass bands performed arrangements of acid house music, to The Uses of Literacy, an exhibition created by fans of the Manic Street Preachers which brings together paintings, collages, drawings, books, poetry and ephemera inspired by the band’s lyrics.