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Richard T. Walker

Spoken dialogue, text and original music compositions culminate in Richard T. Walker’s work to construct video and photography that investigates complex relationships between language, the environment and ourselves. In using a contemporary meditation on Romantic landscape and the Romantic individual Walker visually constructs and reveals inherent failures in language that highlight fickle inconsistencies within the current human condition. Using the experience of our environment as metaphor, these inconsistencies are used as a critical tool to reveal a point of confrontation between innate desire, cultural interpretation and reality. He will be presenting his latest work titled sometimes I like you more than othertimes, a two screen video installation. Richard received his MFA degree from Goldsmith’s College in London. His work has been presented in numerous exhibitions, screenings and performances throughout England, Germany, Spain and Japan.