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I am not Me, The Horse is not Mine

William Kentridge
I am not Me, The Horse is not Mine, Video Still ,

SEE LISTING A traditional dancer and crowd salute Jean-Pierre Bemba as he makes his way to a rally from the airport, Kinshasa

Guy Tillim
A traditional dancer and crowd salute Jean-Pierre Bemba as he makes his way to a rally from the airport, Kinshasa, Photograph on paper , 810 x 1230mm

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Listings

William Kentridge at Tate Modern

The presentation of 'I am not me, the horse is not mine' (2008) follows the success of The Tanks' opening festival. The Tanks at Tate Modern are the world's first museum galleries permanently dedicated to exhibiting live art, performance, installation and film works.

'I am not me, the horse is not mine' comprises eight six-minute films which share one soundtrack. Projected simultaneously across the walls of the Tank, each film is played on a continuous loop to create an immersive audio-visual environment, which resists the establishment of a single narrative. Each short film contributes layers to a story that references Russian modernism, from Soviet film of the 1920s and 1930s to the calamitous end of the Russian avant-garde.

11 November 2012 - 20 January 2013

Guy Tillim at Tate Modern

A selection from Guy Tillim's series Congo Democratic is included in Tate Modern's Level 5: 'New Documentary Forms'. The series documents the 2006 elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo, capturing a complex period of social and political change. The five rooms of the exhibition explore the ways in which five contemporary artists have used the camera to explore, extend and question the power of photography as a documentary medium.

18 December 2011 - 31 March 2012