HAROON MIRZA (born 1977, London) is a British artist. Mirza combines a variety of readymade and time-based material to create audio compositions, which are often realized as site-specific installations. In doing so, Mirza complicates the distinctions between noise, sound, and music, and alters the function and meaning of everyday objects and socio-cultural constructs. Recent awards include the Nam June Paik Award 2015, and the Zurich Art Prize 2014. He is represented by Lisson Gallery, London.
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There are so many different types of tools an artist can use, from conceptual and theoretical onesor maybe language itselfto literal tools such as brushes and screwdrivers.