Sarah's 'Freedom of Speech' film at Tate Britain

Sarah is delighted to be taking part in 'The Practising Feminist' at Tate Britain on 21st May as part of the exhibition 'Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979'.

This event, which fuses conversation and contemporary practice – will explore questions such as: How have pioneering conceptualists such as Margaret Harrison influenced younger generations of artists? Can we conceive of a feminist reading of the era? And if so, what resonance does this hold for contemporary art and artists today?

After a discussion with Margaret Harrison, Tate Britain will be screening Sarah's film 'Freedom of Speech', which will be followed by a discussion panel including Rózsa Zita Farkas, Margaret Harrison, Alexandra M. Kokoli and Loraine Leeson.

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