Ten Years Alive on the Infinite Plain, 1972
at the Hartware MedienKunstVerein 2004
Photo: Copyright: Christoph Kniel and Ilja Mess
June 5, 2008
UBS Openings: Saturday Live
Unprojectable: Projection and Perspective
Saturday 14 June 2008, 10pm – 11.30pm
This sonic and visual feast features an amplified string quartet, electric drill and motors, alternative film production processes, film projection, and clouds of looming shadows. Specially conceived for the Turbine Hall by vanguard American musician/composer, filmmaker, video artist and writer, Tony Conrad.
Known for his groundbreaking film The Flicker, his involvement in the Theatre of Eternal Music and the evolution of the Velvet Underground, and collaborations with a host of luminaries including Jack Smith, Mike Kelley and Henry Flynt, Conrad remains a radical figure who challenges cultural conventions.
From 13-15 June, this special weekend at Tate Modern also features screenings of Conrad’s extraordinary film and video work:
Friday 13 June 7pm
Tony Conrad: Flicker and Process Films
Saturday 14 June 7pm
Tony Takes on Video: Who’s Watching Who?
Sunday 15 June 3pm
Tony Conrad in Conversation + DreaMinimalist
Visit http://www.tate.org.uk for full details and to book, or telephone 020 7887 8888.
Performance, Turbine Hall, free, booking recommended
Screenings and Discussion, Starr Auditorium.
Curated by Stuart Comer, Alice Koegel and Mark Webber.
This event is part of UBS Openings: Saturday Live, a series of bi-monthly performance events celebrating contemporary cultural practice at Tate Modern
Opening up art
Tate Modern Collection with UBS