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Talking Art: Susan Hiller

Susan Hiller interviewed by Richard Grayson, as part of the 'Talking Art' series at Tate Modern in collaboration with Art Monthly.

Susan Hiller is renowned for making works which investigate often overlooked everyday phenomena. Previous subjects have included UFO sightings (Witness 2000), horror movies (Wild Talents 1997), near-death experiences (Clinic 2004), Punch & Judy shows (An Entertainment 1990) and dreams (Dream Mapping 1974). She employs sound, video, text and photography, often creating large-scale installations. Hiller has been described as a feminist, a conceptualist and a para-conceptualist.

She is interviewed by artist, writer and curator Richard Grayson.


Susan Hiller | talks
Richard Grayson | talks


Date and Time:

14 June 2008 at 2:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Tate Modern
020 7887 8888
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Organised by:

Tate Modern
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£8, (£6 concessions)

Available from:

Online: http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/eventseducation/talksdiscussions/14318.htm

Phone: 020 7887 8888

Or in person from Tate Modern.

Additional Information:

Talking Art is a continuing series of talks at Tate Modern, in collaboration with Art Monthly.

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