To Be is to Be Perceived
In conjunction with EXPOSED at the Tate Modern, To Be Is to Be Perceived explores the ways in which artists have used the camera to draw attention to a society mediated by permanent observation. It looks at how the camera has been used as a weapon, as a means of creating an icon, and to reveal moments of privacy. Curated by Stuart Comer and Cristina Camara.
Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG [map]
Friday 17 September – Sunday 26 September 2010
Friday 17 September 2010, 19.00
B&W, sound, 24 min
A man’s attempts at escaping the perceptions of others, before realising that his very existence renders his efforts futile.
Yoko Ono/John Lennon
Film no 6. Rape (1969)
Colour, sound, 78 min
The implacable, continuous and brutal harassment of a girl by a male camera crew.
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