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  • Jananne Al-Ani, Shadow Sites I; aerial view of desert

    Jananne Al-Ani, Shadow Sites I 2010
    Production still

    Courtesy the Artist
    © Jananne Al-Ani

  • Neil Henderson Three Studies in Geography 2011 video still showing a landscape at dusk

    Neil Henderson
    Three Studies in Geography 2011
    Video still

    Courtesy the artist
    © Neil Henderson

  • Seamus Harahan Cold Open 2012 video still

    Seamus Harahan
    Cold Open 2012
    Video still

    Courtesy the artist and Gimpel Fils, London
    © Seamus Harahan

  • Magali Reus Background 2009 HD video still

    Magali Reus
    Background 2009
    HD video still

    Courtesy the artist and The Approach, London
    © Magali Reus

  • Miranda Pennell Why Colonel Bunny Was Killed 2010 video still

    Miranda Pennell
    Why Colonel Bunny Was Killed 2010
    Video still

    Courtesy the artist
    © Miranda Pennell

From an aerial view of the desert to the hand-held close-ups of daily life, these films explore landscapes and journeys, both topographical and political.

The screening is followed by a discussion with the artists chaired by writer Owen Hatherley.

Download Territories programme notes [PDF 2.55 Mb]

Three Studies in Geography

Neil Henderson, 2011, 16 mm film transferred to digital, 23 min

Cold Open

Seamus Harahan, 2012, video, 12 min

Background

Magali Reus, 2009, HD video 8 min

Shadow Sites I

Jananne Al-Ani, 2010, Super 16 mm film transferred to digital, 14 min

Why Colonel Bunny Was Killed

Miranda Pennell, 2010, HD video, 28 min

This screening is paired with Assembly: Territories I on Sunday 26 January 2014

Tate Film is supported by Maja-Hoffmann / LUMA Foundation

With additional support for Assembly from Bilge Ogut-Cumbusyan & Haro Cumbusyan