Our Bodies, Our Archives
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Three artists creating work about how history is contained within the body present a collection of installations and performances in the Tanks area of Tate Modern. Faustin Linyekula uses his personal experience of social and political life in the Democratic Republic of Congo to create sound and film installations. Okwui Okpokwasili (whose sublime 'Bronx Gothic' played at the Young Vic theatre in 2019) presents two installations and a performed piece called 'Poor People's TV Room Solo'. And Tanya Lukin Linklater presents are sculptural structure made of floral kohkum scarves and a performance piece. Events are a combination of ticketed and unticketed - check the Tate website for more details.