At the end of last week we were able to get a behind-the-scenes look at the exhibition build for the Susan Hiller show.
Works in the show that are large-scale installations with sound and video screens require careful planning at the build stage. Light and sound need to be kept in the right areas, and not “leak” into other rooms. For this show, we are building what may be the largest wall ever built at Tate Britain.
We’ll be following the installation of the show and posting more pictures and videos each week. In the meantime, if Susan Hiller is new to you, you can find out more about her on her own website.