Free entry Tate Britain Tour

Audio Description Tour: Art Now: Jesse Darling

​Jesse Darling Lion in wait for Jerome and his medical kit, detail © Jesse Darling 2018

 

​Blind and partially sighted visitors are invited to hear the artist in person describing their Art Now display, The Ballad of Saint Jerome

Jesse Darling explores identity through gender, sexuality, disability, love and companionship. The sculptures, drawings and objects reflect the vulnerability of the human body and express the desire to resist the constraints imposed on our lives by social and political forces.​

Creating sculptures from the cabinets that are used to exhibit artworks, Darling subverts the conventions of museum display. Their approach questions how we perceive objects, and how meaning and value are assigned through the authority of institutions.

Jesse Darling lives and works in Berlin and London.

Tate Britain

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

19 February 2019 at 11.00–12.15

Please arrive from 10.30 for refreshments in the Manton Studio before we move up to the exhibition at 11.00.

Chairs and hearing support earphones are provided.

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Close Reading: Jesse Darling

8 Feb 2019

Join artist Jesse Darling and cultural theorist Sita Balani for this close, collective reading of the new Art Now commission