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Shezad Dawood Selects for Late at Tate Britain April

Shezad Dawood, Feature, 2008 . production still
Shezad Dawood
Feature 2008
production still
© Shezad Dawood 2008 courtesy the artist and Paradise Row, London. Photo: Lewin St Cyr
Friday 3 April 2009, 17.45–21.30

17.45 - 18.40
Feature (Shezad Dawood, UK 2007-8, 55 min)

18.45 - 19.30
Mike Chavez-Dawson (music performance)

Chavez-Dawson describes 'A bANdA dA' as a 'performative sound collage' that attempts to create a relational narrative between two seemingly opposing sources, in order to establish meaning through multi-layered associations. 'A bANdA dA' is a performative audio project directed by the artist Mike Chavez-Dawson in collaboration with Stratton Barrett, Sam Hubbard, Paul Greenhalgh and Chris Taylor.

19.40 - 21.30
Touché pas a la femme blanche (Marco Ferreri, France 1974, 108 min, 18)

Ferreri's 'baguetti-western', set in the streets of modern Paris, sees the collision of the Battle of Little Bighorn with anti-Vietnam sentiment. As President Nixon's orders, set General Custer against ultimately victorious Sioux Indians.

Tate Britain  Lightbox
Limited capacity. No seating available. Lightbox shut from 14.00-17.00

Access for wheelchairs and pushchairs  

This event is related to the Altermodern: Tate Triennial 2009 exhibition