Artist
Keith Arnatt (1930‑2008)
Title
Self-Burial (Television Interference Project)
Date 1969
Medium9 photographs, black and white, on paper mounted on board
Dimensionsimage (x 9 @): 467 x 467 mm frame (x 9 @): 477 x 477 mm overall (variable): 1619 x 1619 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by Westdeutsches Fernsehen 1973
Reference
T01747
Image credit© The estate of Keith Arnatt
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Keith Arnatt, 'Self-Burial (Television Interference Project), 1969
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