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Life Between Islands: Emerging Artist Screening and Discussion

Young Woman Seated on the Floor at Home in front of her Television Set 1973

Young Woman Seated on the Floor at Home in front of her Television Set 1973 printed 2021 Collection & © Courtesy of Neil Kenlock Archive

Join us for a screening and panel discussion

We’ve invited a group of artist filmmakers including Rene Matić and Jessica Ashman for a screening and discussion of their work alongside exploring themes found in the Life Between Island’s exhibition such as home, ancestral cultures and diasporic identity.

This discussion will include time for audience Q&A.

Biographies:
Rene Matić lives and works in London. Their work brings together themes of post-blackness, glitch feminism and subcultural theory in a meeting place they describe as rude(ness) – to interrupt and exist in/between.

Jessica Ashman is a multidisciplinary artist working in animation moving image, performance and installation. Her work focuses on creating experimental narratives that explore gender, identity and race, using traditional animation techniques, installation and performance.

Tate Britain

The Clore Auditorium

Please use Clore entrance

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG
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Date & Time

26 March 2022 at 15.00–17.00