Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Doug Aitken is an American artist. Aitken was born in Redondo Beach, California in 1968. Aitken's body of work ranges from photography, print media, sculpture, and architectural interventions, to narrative films, sound, single and multi-channel video works, installations, and live performance.
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Introduction
Known for his video projects focusing on the themes of entropy and abandoned landscape; also a director of music videos; included in the 2000 and 1997 Whitney Biennial exhibitions as well as the 48th Venice Beinnale.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Installation Artist, Painter, Video Artist
Name
Doug Aitken
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Works

9 works online

Exhibitions

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