Christopher Eccleston tells an apocalyptic tale.



In Dominique Gonzales-Foerster’s installation for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, TH.2058, the artist imagines Tate Modern 50 years hence. Tate launched a competition, inviting people to respond to her apocalyptic vision of the future by writing a short story. We chose one of the best entries to be turned into a short film, narrated by Dr Who’s Christopher Eccleston. Director Sam Blair comments: “I like how the story invents this secretive, murky, scientific conspiracy of silence that is keeping the population literally in the dark.”