Tate Britain Provides a Timely Focus on a Selection of Key Works by Susan Hiller


LONDON.- Susan Hiller (b. 1940) is one of the most influential artists of her generation. This major survey exhibition at Tate Britain provides a timely focus on a selection of her key works, including many of the pioneering mixed-media installations and video projections for which she is best known. It will be the largest presentation of her work to date, providing a unique opportunity to follow her exploration of dreams, memories and supernatural phenomena across a career of almost four decades. On display until May15 2011. Emerging as an artist in the early 1970s, Hiller’s output has taken many different forms. Her works however often derive from a similar process of collecting, cataloguing and restaging cultural artefacts and experiences. This exhibition brings together key examples of this practice, with which the artist highlights the subjectivity of perception and imagination. Enquiries/Inquiries 1973-5, for exampl