As much a political commentary as an existential quandary, the Control Order House shows a life described by a catalogue of pictured items and a set piece of legal paperwork and communications. No picture exists of the control order suspect, CE -- not his real name.
Edmund Clark is the first artist to work and stay in a house in which a man suspected of involvement with terrorist-related activity was placed under a Control Order in the UK. Clark explores the detention through photograph...
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