Tate Modern Film

To Be Here: The Films of Ute Aurand

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The playful and poignant films of German filmmaker Ute Aurand, a key figure in Berlin's experimental film scene since the 1980s, emerge from her intimate relationship with people and places

Drawing on traditions of the diary film, feminism and artisanal practices, her handcrafted 16mm films are filled with joy at the small details of life – from observations of landscapes to friends filmed over many years. Her exuberant films reflect on memory as much as they celebrate the here and now. These screenings presented by the artist will highlight the range and breadth of Aurand's filmmaking.

Curated by George Clark, Assistant Curator Film, Tate Modern

Tate Modern

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Dates

21–22 February 2014

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