British artist Ian Giles is interested in the process of transformation and using materials that undergo or have the ability to transform such as clay, and uses this process as an analogy for time and existence. Ian Giles, lives and works in New York, in 2012 he obtained an MFA from Slade School of Art. Selected solo exhibitions include: ‘Out of Time’, Centre of Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, 2013, ‘The In Between’, Carroll / Fletcher, London, UK, 2013. Selected group exhibitions: ‘MULTIPLEXING’, LUX Associate Artist Programme Final Project, Peckham Plex, London, UK, 2014, ‘Selected 4’, Videoclub, UK tour: Nottingham Contemporary; CCA, Glasgow; Fabrica, Brighton; FACT, Liverpool and Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK, 2014, We Are All Alternative Structures , T-A-P, Southend on Sea, UK, 2013, Tate Britain, London, UK, 2012, ‘21st Century Screening’, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK, 2012, Platform 1, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK, 2012