The practice of Yuri Pattison connects and materializes the intangible spaces between the virtual and physical through video, sculpture, installation, and online platforms. It explores how new technologies such as the digital economy and online communication have shifted and impacted the systemic frameworks of the built environment, daily life, and our perceptions of time, space, and nature. Pattison earned his BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London, in 2009. He has held solo exhibitions and projects at venues including Chisenhale Gallery, London (2016); Kunsthalle Sankt Gallen (2017); and the Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (2020-21). He has been featured in group exhibitions at institutions across the world, ranging from the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, to the Jameel Arts Centre, Dubai, and Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong, in addition to participating in art festivals such as Transmediale and the 6th Athens Biennale (both 2018). He received the Frieze Artist Award in 2016.