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The Whole World

Hollis Frampton, (nostalgia), 1971
Hollis Frampton
(nostalgia) 1971
© Courtesy of LUX & the estate of Hollis Frampton
Sunday 21 September 2008, 17.00

Online The Whole World is an ongoing open archive to which anyone can contribute - an uncensored list of lists inaugurated by considering it as a formal and political device. Originally selected and submitted works are reorganized and augmented into this single programme including works by Claude Chuzel, Hollis Frampton, Dalia Neis, Uriel Orlow, Michael Robinson and Valerie Tevere.

Dalia Neis, Saints, UK 2005, 16mm, 5'
Uriel Orlow, Everything in Red (Yellow, Blue & Green), UK 2006, 3'
Michael Robinson, You Don't Bring Me Flowers, US 2006, 16mm, 8'
Uriel Orlow, Everything in (Red) Yellow, (Blue & Green), UK 2006, 3'
Hollis Frampton, Nostalgia, US 1971, 16mm, 36’
Uriel Orlow, Everything in (Red, Yellow) Blue (& Green), UK 2006, 3'
Valerie Tevere, When I Say... (5 of 53 interviews), US 2000, video
Uriel Orlow, Everything in (Red, Yellow, Blue) & Green, UK 2006, 3'
Claude Chuzel, Work, Dubai 2006, 5' 24

Programme duration approx 70’

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

Curated by Ian White for

Ian White curated 'The Whole World' for the Tank TV website 1st January - 14th March 2008.

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