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‘She doesn't think so but she's dressed for the h-bomb’

Ziad Antar, WA, 2004
Ziad Antar
WA 2004
© The artist, courtesy Almine Rech Gallery
Sunday 21 September 2008, 15.00

'She doesn’t think so but she’s dressed for the h-bomb' explores the weight of diverse histories in defining the current moment - whether manifest in the form of national myth, ritual, architecture or pop culture. Works by: Ziad Antar, Shahryrar Nashat, Rosalind Nashashibi, Yael Bartana, Iman Issa, Hassan Khan, The Atlas Group, Ahmet Ogut and Haris Epaminonda.

Ziad Antar, WA

Shahryrar Nashat, The Regulating Line

Rosalind Nashashibi, University Library

Yael Bartana, Kings of the Hill

Iman Issa, Making Places

Hassan Khan, Kompressor

The Atlas Group, Miraculous Beginnings and No Illness is Neither Here Nor There

Ahmet Ogut, Cut it Out

Haris Epaminonda, Tarahi II

Programme duration approx 45'

Programme funded by the Henry Moore Foundation

Tate Modern  Starr Auditorium
£5 (£4 concessions), booking recommended
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Access for wheelchairs and pushchairs  Hearing loop available  

Curated by Negar Azimi for

Negar Azimi’s show was curated on the Tank TV Website 15th March - 21st May 2008.

Join us after the screenings for wonderful cakes kindly provided by Patisserie Valerie and drinks generously supplied by Kirin and Firefly.