Tate Postmodern

Tate Postmodern is an interactive piece, where the visitor is taken on a tour of a postmodern museum. It has been running for two weeks, and tonight was the penultimate show. You will learn about such things as the hairy Mary, which looks like a fish made out of pubic hair. There is a fascinating monologue about the power of rice. You will meet a souvenir clerk that takes her dedication to arts to the next level. Intrigued, there is one more chance to see it tomorrow.

Here are a few photos taken during their performance. Since it was a live performance I limited my photographing to minimise the disturbance.

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Hao Feng adjusting a few of the paintings before the visitors arrive.
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Sarah Wilson as Fenella the gallery owner. I like the natural framing of this photo.
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Hao Feng and Anna Smith discussing the art piece hanging on the wall.
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Anna Smith
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Anna Smith and Patrick Wilson performing “Man eating sandwich”.
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Modern art. Hao with a painting smashed over his head.
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Adam Butler-Rushton is made to eat a postcard.
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Adam Butler-Rushton and Sarah Wilson
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Anna Smith with a gun, taking art to the next level.

 

Cast
Fenella – Sarah Wilson
Neil – Patrick Wilson
Mischa – Adam Butler-Rushton
Schmidt – Hao Feng
Poppy – Anna Smith

Production Team
Co-Producer – Raniyah Qureshi
Curator – Jessica Poon
Co-Producer – Luke Heppenstall-West
Publicist – Luke Heppenstall-West
Publicity Designer – Chloe Carroll
Assistant Director – Luke Heppenstall-West
Additional Writing – Nathan Smith
Nigel Nigel – Luke Heppenstall-West
Razmatazz – Luke Heppenstall-West
Bookie – Rachel Tookey
Director – Rachel Tookey
Photographer – Johannes Hjorth

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