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Paul Fryer was born in Leeds in 1963. He currently lives and works in London. Since first exhibiting in 1996, his work has been shown in numerous galleries worldwide, including the Royal Academy and Tate Britain. Fryer is also part of many international collections. His work assumes many forms, as Fryer adopts complex and diverse techniques, such as x-ray photography, lenticular printing, sculpture and painting as a means to explore notions of temporality, physics and the universe.