Enjoy the premiere of this multi-part event at the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern. Visual artist Noémie Goudal and director Maëlle Poésy invite you to experience a multi-media installation of photo, video and performance. ANIMA asks viewers to reflect on the ‘sensation of time’ and the effects of climate change.
Taking place over 60 minutes, the piece features three large-scale moving image projections created by Goudal. This is alongside a unique live performance by aerial artist, choreographer and dancer Chloé Moglia, whose practice is based on suspension and weightlessness. The music for the piece will be scored by DJ Chloé Thévenin.
The performance is based on Goudal’s work Post Atlantica, which takes the audience on a journey through Earth’s landscapes. It’s inspired by scientist James Lovelock’s ‘Gaia’ theory which says all living organisms and their environment on Earth are interconnected.
The event has moved indoors due to rain. Doors open at 21.00 for a 21.30 start. We are unable to admit latecomers.