Tate Britain Film

Helen Cammock, Black Audio Film Collective and Andrea Arnold

Helen Cammock, screen shot from The Singing Will Never Be Done, 2011

Black Audio Film Collective, still from Handsworth Songs, 1986

Emerging photographer and artist Helen Cammock’s The Singing Will Never Be Done 2011 will be shown alongside two works by filmmakers she identifies as foundational predecessors – the legendary Handsworth Songs 1986 by Black Audio Film Collective, set during the 1985 Birmingham riots, and Andrea Arnold’s Oscar-winning social realist short Wasp 2003.

Cammock will discuss the way these works have influenced her approach to narrative and her understanding of the relationship between the individual and society.

Tate Britain

The Clore Auditorium

London SW1P 4RG
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Date & Time

19 January 2015 at 19.00–21.00