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Susan Hiller, The Last Silent MovieSusan HillerTate Britain  Again the Tate Britain didn’t dissappoint with an exhibition by Susan Hiller. As a rather conceptual artist and it seems, habitual collector, she appeals to teh designer in me. She has a whole room it seems, dedicated to collections.
I enjoyed Ten Months, which focused on her pregnancy in the 70s, which I thought was a fresh look at things, and the collection of Rough Sea postcards, which began the exhibition. I must admit, I’m a bit of a seaside/coast fan with a particular liking for postcards, so I was biased. I know my mum didn’t find it very interesting. Her show was finished by The Last Silent Movie, which (pictured) I felt was rather clever. I particularly liked the etchings that feature the soundwaves produced by each individual, as they were really beautiful. Never underestimate the Tate Britain.  

Susan Hiller, The Last Silent Movie

Susan Hiller
Tate Britain  

Again the Tate Britain didn’t dissappoint with an exhibition by Susan Hiller. As a rather conceptual artist and it seems, habitual collector, she appeals to teh designer in me. She has a whole room it seems, dedicated to collections.

I enjoyed Ten Months, which focused on her pregnancy in the 70s, which I thought was a fresh look at things, and the collection of Rough Sea postcards, which began the exhibition. I must admit, I’m a bit of a seaside/coast fan with a particular liking for postcards, so I was biased. I know my mum didn’t find it very interesting. 

Her show was finished by The Last Silent Movie, which (pictured) I felt was rather clever. I particularly liked the etchings that feature the soundwaves produced by each individual, as they were really beautiful. 

Never underestimate the Tate Britain.