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The Distil Ennui Studio® was formed in 1990 by English artist Alexander James Hamilton; the studio has re-located over 20 times to regions ranging from the Asia Pacific, the Americas, Caribbean, Indian Ocean Rim, Europe, Russia and Siberia; each time creating new bodies of work to be exhibited in iconic spaces & galleries around the world that are infused with these surroundings.

These art works are consumed privately and by institutions alike; now showing strongly on the secondary market.