Park Nights 2017: Tamara Henderson, Seasons End: Out of Body

Serpentine Pavilion

21 Jul 2017 - 8:00 PM

Park Nights 2017: Tamara Henderson, Seasons End: Out of Body

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Tamara Henderson’s Seasons End: Out of Body is a choreography for film, twenty-four frames per second. Costumed nomadic species move through character phases, embodying their pasts in the present, collectively pulsing a plot-twisting heartbeat. Costumes produced and designed with Aude Levere.

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Tamara Henderson is an artist known for her writing and photography which organically develop into sculpture and film works. Her practice takes an instinctive approach and often inanimate objects form an aspect of implied participation. She is interested in states of being and positing the suggestion of an escape from conscious experience.

Park Nights is the Serpentine’s experimental, interdisciplinary live platform, programmed for the Galleries’ annual architectural commission, the Serpentine Pavilion. 

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Tamara Henderson, Seasons End

Tamara Henderson, Seasons End

2016
Seasons End, 2016. Installation View at the Mitchell Library, Commissioned by Glasgow International. Courtesy the artist. Photo: Ruth Clark
Tamara Henderson, A Fountain Scratches What it Knows

Tamara Henderson, A Fountain Scratches What it Knows

2016
Tamara Henderson, A Fountain Scratches What it Knows. Mixed textiles, acrylic paint, copper, sweet grass. 2016. Courtesy the Artist and Rodeo, London.
Tamara Henderson, Seasons End

Tamara Henderson, Seasons End

2016
Tamara Henderson, Seasons End: Panting Healer. 2016, Installation Views at REDCAT, Los Angeles. Courtesy the Artist. Photo by Brica Wilcox