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Leading film installation artists highlighted in the capital

Published: Saturday 8th of November 2008

Collaborations between two of the world's leading artists working with the film and installation mediums are the subject of a new exhibition at Tate Britain.

Art Now: Nashashibi/Skaer focuses on the works produced by the pair since 2005.

One of the duo's most recent works was at the Berlin Bienniale which attempted to deconstruct the film-making process and, through the use of installation elements, blurred the boundaries between two and three-dimensional art.

Rosalind Nashashibi and Lucy Skaer have also developed growing individual reputations on the contemporary art scene – this exhibition focuses on how their collaborative efforts awaken something new from their respective talents.

Tate Britain is one of four galleries in the Tate stable, alongside Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool and Tate St. Ives, which have grown in stature to become recognised as among the most important and well-respected galleries in the world.

LondonPass holders can benefit from a free audio tour of Tate Britain, saving £3.50 on the adult price and £3 for children.

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