Yuri Pattison's practice centres around networked communication with an evolving interest in the Internet as a physical place in relation to usage and the human need to contextualise virtual space, and the metaphors used to do this. Dublin born Yuri Pattison lives and works in Berlin and London. In 2014 he created RELiable COMmunications,  initially commissioned by ‘Legion TV’, London UK as part of an online project in 2013-2014, which culminated in more recent solo exhibitions in 2014 at the New Museum, New York, USA, as part of the online ‘First Look series'. Recent solo exhibitions include ‘colocation, time displacement’, Minibar, Stockholm, Sweden, 2014 and ‘polymer placeholder pin drop’, Project/Number, London, UK, 2012. In 2014 the artist’s work was included in ‘Snow Crash’ at Banner Repeater, and 'ONSITE, Temporary Artist Project', Southend, UK. 2014. Selected group exhibitions include 'Private Settings', Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, PL, 2014,  'SECONDO ANNIVERSARIO', Seventeen Gallery, London, UK, 2013, and 'Objectness', Outpost Members Show selected by Peles Empire, Norwich, UK, 2013. In 2014 Pattison took part in Wysing Art Centre's 'Futurecamp' series and 'Lunch Bytes' series, CCA Glasgow. The artist is currently working on a publication with Arcadia Missa.