‘The Squash’ Installation by Anthea Hamilton at Tate Britain [London]

‘The Squash’ Installation by Anthea Hamilton is a new immersive installation at Tate Britain’s beautiful Duveen Galleries. In collaboration by Jonathan Anderson they transformed the gallery’s grand neoclassical hall with 7,000 white tiles, recalling at once the sterilised surfaces of a bathhouse and a computer-generated grid. The viewers will discover the photographic series brought to life where each day during the 6 month residency, a single rotating performer will be transformed into one of Hamilton’s decorous, squash-headed creatures and left to occupate a space the artist calls their “garden”.

‘The Squash’ Installation by Anthea Hamilton is on view at Tate Britain, London until October 7, 2018.

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