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What’s an art form that feels unpopular and pointless, but isn’t?

Camille Henrot's origin myths, Nauman's nightmares, Steve McQueen's prime-time hit, and who needs Pfizer when you have Michael Clark? Video art roundup

I could watch him all day: Michael Clark in Charles Atlas’s ‘Hail the New Puritan’, 1986. Credit: Alexander James

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