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Tamara Henderson: Out of Body at the Tate Modern

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Time 18:30
Date 07/03/18
Price £8

Discover the imaginative films of Canadian artist Tamara Henderson as she presents the premiere of a new short film alongside a selection of previous works.

Henderson’s films bridge dreams with everyday life in a surprisingly personal and poetic visual language. Much of her imagery is drawn from dreams or hypnosis sessions using various recording methods. Her works are shot with a handheld 16mm camera and edited during the filming process to preserve their unconscious and associative qualities. Objects are intuitively and performatively manipulated throughout Henderson’s films, integrating some of the artist’s sculptures, installation materials and artistic processes.

About Tamara Henderson

Tamara Henderson (b.1982, Canada) is an artist working across sculpture, text, installation and 16mm film. She studied at NSCAD University in Halifax and Städelschule in Frankfurt am Main, and holds a Master degree from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. She has exhibited at Glasgow International and documenta 13, and recently staged a performance for the Serpentine Gallery’s 2017 Park Nights series. Solo exhibitions include Oakville Galleries (2017); Rodeo Gallery, London (2017); REDCAT, Los Angeles (2016); Moderna Museet, Stockholm (2016; ICA, Philadelphia (2015); and Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York (2014).