Afterwards, immerse yourself in Burman's vibrant vision at Tate Edit, where you can taste Burman's ice cream, a mango and cardamom kulfi made for Tate, and named after her father's ice cream van business.
Chila Burman is celebrated internationally for her radical feminist practice, spanning printmaking, drawing, painting, installation and film. Her Punjabi and Liverpudlian heritage enrich her self-expressive work. She mashes up stereotypes to create new identities, beyond the limitations imposed on South Asian women in a British cultural context.
Frances Morris is Director of Tate Modern.