Rasheed Araeen, 'Zero to Infinity' 1968-2007

Rasheed Araeen
Zero to Infinity 1968-2007
Wood and paint
object, each: 500 x 500 x 500 mm
Purchased 2009© Rasheed Araeen

On the occasion of Tate’s first installation of Rasheed Araeen’s Zero to Infinity in its complete form, the artist will be in conversation about his work. While the one hundred lattice-construction cubes of Zero to Infinity echo the forms of minimalist sculpture, Araeen originally invited guests to interact with it and create more spontaneous and complex patterns. These different aspects of Zero to Infinity give some indication of the wide range of Araeen’s work as a conceptual artist, sculptor, painter, writer and curator. This is a special opportunity to hear Araeen talk about his work and the key role played by his deep engagement with the history of ideas and his outspoken criticism of the global politics of culture.

This event is related to the exhibition Rasheed Araeen, Zero to Infinity