Tate Britain Film

Assembly: I Extend My Arms

Bonnie Camplin film still from Terrazzo 2008

Bonnie Camplin film still from Terrazzo 2008

Shezad Dawood film still from A Mystery Play 2010

Sarah Pucill Photographic print fromnegative from Phantom Rhapsody 2010

Sarah Pucill Photographic print from negative from Phantom Rhapsody 2010

Matthew Noel-Tod video still from Castle 3.0 2011

Melanie Smith and Rafael Ortega Xilitla 2010 Video still

Taking its title from a photograph by surrealist artist Claude Cahun, this programme presents contemporary short films involving coded narratives, evocative settings and unsettling imagery. This is the first instalment of Assembly: A Survey of Recent Artists: Film and Video in Britain, 2008–13 and is introduced by curators of this major survey of recent artists’ film and video in Britain. Films by Bonnie Camplin, Shezad Dawood, Matthew Noel-Tod, Sarah Pucill and Melanie Smith.


Castle 3.0

Matthew Noel-Tod, 2011, HD video, 9 min


Bonnie Camplin, 2008, video, 3 min

Phantom Rhapsody

Sarah Pucill, 2010, 16 mm, 19 min

A Mystery Play

Shezad Dawood, 2010, from Super 16 mm transferred to HD, 14 min


Melanie Smith and Rafael Ortega, 2010, 35 mm transferred to video, 12 min

Tate Britain

The Clore Auditorium

London SW1P 4RG
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Date & Time

23 November 2013 at 18.15–19.45

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