Make of this what you will

April 2009… “Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s TH.2058 looks 50 years into the future, as the inhabitants of London take shelter in the Turbine Hall from a never-ending rain. Filled with bunk beds scattered with books, the animal forms of gargantuan sculptures, a massive LED screen playing edited extracts from science-fiction and experimental films, and piercing lights that suggest some unseen surveillance, the Turbine Hall has taken on the attributes of an epic film set”. (Jessica Morgan, curator of TH2058 at Tate Modern).

On entering TH2058: John Callaway (2009)

The green and red curtains provided an entrance to the exhibition, but intentional or otherwise, the view going back out into the turbine hall seemed to mirror the notion of “unseen surveillance”….

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