Creed's best known piece shown for the 2001 Turner Prize consisted of a room whereby the lights turned on and then off again, endlessly repeating in an otherwise empty room.
The piece attracted incredible media attention - most of whom questioned whether or not it was art. It was awarded the Turner Prize that year. One of his later works consisted of one athlete sprinting through a gallery 85-metres long every 30 seconds.
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