Tate Britain Commission work by Anthea Hamilton. A new immersive installation combining sculpture and performance. The show was inspired by a 1960 photograph depicting a scene from a dance by American choreographer Erick Hawkins. Hawkins was interested in Native American philosophies and the photograph appeared to show a figure dressed as a vegetable lying among vines, a costume from the Squash Kachina of the Hopi culture. Anthea Hamilton was shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 2016.
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