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Carlos Casas: Cemetery at Tate Modern

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Time 18:30
Date 18/09/19
Price £10

Come join this immersive journey through the jungle toward the mythical elephants graveyard.

Artist Carlos Casas returns to Tate Modern to present the UK premiere of his award-winning feature Cemetery. This deeply sensory film follows an elephant, a mahout and the poachers in their pursuit as they move toward the mythical place known as the elephant graveyard. As the journey transitions from the jungle through stages of death, images begin to fall away, opening onto a rich sonic landscape.

Ten years in the making, Cemetery weaves together field recordings from around the globe, recorded and mixed by wildlife sound expert Chris Watson. Finding a striking juncture between nature documentary, experimental film, road movie and soundscape, the film opens up questions about life cycles and memory, colonialism and extinction, conservation and the environment and interspecies relationships.

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COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of passes to attend Carlos Casas: Cemetery at Tate Modern at 18:30 on Wednesday 18 September. To enter the competition, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: What is the name of the syndrome for those who believe themselves as dead?
A: .1) Percy's Syndrome .2) Henry's Syndrome .3) Lala's Syndrome .4) Cotard's syndrome