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Figuring Landscapes

6 Feb 2009 – 8 Feb 2009

Event times

Various screening times (see below for more information)

Cost of entry

£5 (£4 concessions), Season ticket £20 (£15 concessions). Booking recommended

Tate Modern

London, United Kingdom

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  • Bus: 45, 63, 100, 344, 381, RV1
  • Tube: Southwark/Blackfriars
  • Train: London Bridge

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Figuring Landscapes - Artists' film and video on themes of landscape from Australia and the UK

About

Figuring Landscapes is a remarkable collection of moving image works that has grown from the political and cultural history that links Australia and the UK. The 58 featured artists address questions of nation and identity as well as ecological survival, post-industrialism, gender, the touristic gaze, and uniquely in Australia the social, political and cultural status of Indigenous people in a post-colonial society. Friday 6 February: Programme One, 19.00 followed by reception and catalogue launch Saturday 7 February: Programme Two, 15.00; Programme Three, 17.00; Programme Four, 19.00 Sunday 8 February: Programme Five, 15.00 followed by panel discussion with artists from Australia and the UK chaired by Steven Bode, Film and Video Umbrella £5 (£4 concessions), Season ticket £20 (£15 concessions). Booking recommended Programme details & online bookings http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/eventseducation/film/figuringlandscapes.htm or call 020 7887 8888. Figuring Landscapes is accompanied by a major publication with commissioned essays by Professor Malcolm Andrews, Eu Jin Chua, Professor Catherine Elwes and Steven Ball, Dr. Stan Frankland, Dr. Eric Hirsch, Professor Pat Hoffie and Dr. Danni Zuvela and Professor Ross Gibson. Participating artists: Vernon Ah Kee (Australia), Steven Ball (UK), George Barber (UK), Anna Cady (UK), Peter Callas (Aust.), Nick Collins (UK), John Conomos (Aust.), Roz Cran (UK), Daniel Crooks (Aust.), Sergio Cruz (UK), Sofia Dahlgren (UK), Dalziel + Scullion (UK), Destiny Deacon (Aust.), Sarah Dobai (UK), Ann Donnelly (UK), Catherine Elwes (UK), Merilyn Fairskye (Aust.), Allan Giddy (Aust.), John Gillies (Aust.), Shaun Gladwell (Aust.), Dryden Goodwin (UK), Tony Hill (UK), Hollington & Kyprianou (UK), Tammy Honey (Aust.), Hobart Hughes (Aust.), John Hughes & Peter Kennedy (Aust.), Matt Hulse (UK), Esther Johnson (UK), Lyndal Jones (Aust.), Andrew Kötting (UK), Sandra Landolt (Aust.), Mike Latto(UK), Brendan Lee (Aust.), Eugenia Lim (Aust.), David Mackenzie (Aust.), Mike Marshall (UK), Jo Millett (UK), Scott Morrison (Aust.), Matthew Murdoch (UK), Susan Norrie & David Mackenzie (Aust.), David Perry (Aust.), Patricia Piccinini (Aust.), Bronwyn Platten (Aust.), William Raban (UK), Dominic Redfern (Aust.), Emily Richardson (UK), Ben Rivers (UK), Semiconductor (UK), Dan Shipsides (UK), Genevieve Staines (Aust.), Margaret Tait (UK), David Theobald (UK), Warwick Thornton & Darren Dale (Aust.), Jeff Doring (Aust.) and Hugh Watt (UK). For further information on the works, artists and tour dates, see: http://www.figuringlandscapes.co.uk or email info@figuringlandscapes.co.uk Figuring Landscapes was devised by Catherine Elwes & Steven Ball Australian Curators: Professor Pat Hoffie & Dr. Danni Zuvela UK Curators: Professor Catherine Elwes, Steven Ball Programme advisors: Peter Bonnell & Mark Segal (ArtSway), Eu Jin Chua, Harry Darby, Dr. Stan Frankland, Dr. Eric Hirsch, Stuart Comer (Tate Modern). Financial Support: Arts Council England, South East; Camberwell College of Art Research, International Centre for Fine Art Research (ICFAR) both at University of the Arts London; Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Brisbane; Tate Modern, London; ArtSway, New Forest; Australian High Commission, London; Australian Council for the Arts. Image: Approach to Mundi Mundi, Shaun Gladwell, 2007, courtesy of the artist & Anna Schwartz Gallery, Australia

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