Since the 1990s, the photographs and video installations of British artist Sam Taylor-Johnson have explored the rawest human emotions, isolating and presenting them in fragmented ways by either deconstructing the narrative or, as in her work Sigh (2008), altering our perception of image and sound. Sigh is an audiovisual installation of eight projections in which different sections of the BBC Concert Orchestra seem to be playing the musical piece written specifically for this work by renowned composer Anne Dudley. Read more.
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