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Simon Starling Phantom Ride
Simon Starling invites you to take a ‘rollercoaster ride on invisible rails’ through histories and memories of Tate Britain’s famous Duveen galleries with Phantom Ride.
Collapsing time and space, cutting back and forth on a looping trajectory, Simon Starling redoubles the space of the galleries with huge projection screens and reveals significant artworks and events that have previously animated the space like ghostly apparitions. Float weightlessly over the rubble of the destructive bomb-blast that ruptured the space in 1940, confront an up-turned Jaguar jet fighter, and greet iconic paintings that float ethereally mid air.
Using video, film, photography, slide projection and sculpture, Simon Starling reworks existing objects and architectural spaces, adding layers to their histories to create compelling poetic narratives. His works often use historical or geological research as a point of departure, and explore the origins of materials and the processes which transform them into functional objects.
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Venue: Tate Britain
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