Tate St Ives Talk

In Conversation: Mikhail Karikis

Mikhail Karikis Children of Unquiet 2013–14 video still. Courtesy and copyright of the artist.

Join us for a discussion with artist Mikhail Karikis

Mikhail Karikis is a Greek/British artist based in London and Lisbon. His film Children of Unquiet (2013–14) is showing in Gallery 10 this season. This film was created with children living in the Devil’s Valley, Italy, a volcanically-active region that inspired Dante’s Inferno, and which is now a source of geothermal power. Karikis’s film orchestrates a speculative children’s take-over of an industrial village abandoned following the automation of the power plants. The artist and Giles Jackson, Assistant Curator, Tate St Ives will discuss the themes of Children of Unquiet, as well as Karikis’s wider practice.

All welcome to this informal talk.

Still from Mikhail Karikis's Children of Unquiet film showing children lying with their eyes closed and heads resting on a pipe in the woods

Mikhail Karikis Children of Unquiet 2013–14 video still. Courtesy and copyright of the artist.

Tate St Ives

In Conversation: Mikhail Karikis will take place in the Foyle Studio, level 3 at Tate St Ives

Porthmeor Beach
St Ives
Cornwall TR26 1TG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

21 September 2019 at 15.00–16.00

Pricing

In Conversation: Mikhail Karikis is included in price of gallery admission

Gallery admission £9.50 / Concessions £8.50

Free entry for Tate Members and with Locals' Pass

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