War Damaged Musical Instruments by Turner Prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz was specially commissioned by 14–18 Now, the official cultural programme for the WW1 Centenary commemorations. The work at Tate Britain is a sound installation, which features recordings of British and German instruments which have been damaged by war. The notes recorded are based upon the tones of the military bugle call The Last Post, a tune that sounded at the end of a battle.
Susan Philipsz, War Damaged Musical Instruments, Tate Britain
5 to See: This Weekend
Exhibitions running 20-21 January offer viewers the opportunity to reflect on the modern world, building platforms for introspection.
Interview with Andrew Wilson, Curator, Conceptual Art, Tate Britain
Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979, currently on show at Tate Britain, explores a pivotal period in British art history. We speak to Andrew Wilson, Curator, about this landmark exhibition and its accompanying publication.