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Sam Jukes is an artist and educator who has, throughout his life, lived on the rural fringes of Britain. He creates works examining the relationship between the aesthetics, tactility, and sound of environments, using paint, objects and noise. 


The sonic element of his practice grows out of his involvement in the 1990s sound system culture, taking the immersive and sonic qualities of large sound systems to evoke conversations about our relationship with the environment. Work often asks the viewer to consider the politics of rural landscapes, and the cultural context of their situations.

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