On Rebecca Horn with Hayden Chisholm followed by Glowing Core premiere

Join us for discussion about Rebecca Horn’s career, launching the first comprehensive retrospective of her pioneering films, Rebecca Horn: Films, 1970–2016 at Tate Modern.

Art Screening previously on at Tate Modern in City of London, United Kingdom.
From Friday 06 May 2016 to Friday 06 May 2016

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The evening includes a presentation and in conversation with Hayden Chisholm who has collaborated with Rebecca Horn on several of her films and installations.

Please note that following medical advice, Rebecca Horn regrets not to be able to come to London and take part in the public event on 6 May 2016 as originally planned.

Biography
Hayden Chisholm is a saxophonist and composer from New Zealand. After studying in Cologne with a DAAD scholarship he continued his music studies in Japan and India. He has created music for several Rebecca Horn installations and projects, including Light Imprisoned in the Belly of the Whale (Paris, 2002), Spiriti di Madreperla (Naples, 2002), Moon Mirror (Mallorca, 2003), The Universe in a Pearl (Berlin, 2006), Fata Morgana (Venice, 2009) and Glowing Core (la Llotja, 2015). He also composed the scores for her films Moon Mirror Journey (2011) and Glowing Core (2016), and was assistant director with Horn for Salvatore Sciarrino’s opera Luci mie Traditrici at the Salzburger Festspiele, 2008. In 2013 he released the 13 Box Set 13 Views of the Heart’s Cargo and received the German SWR Jazz Prize. In 2015 he was “Improvisor in Residence” in Moers and opened the Moers Jazz Festival. In 2016 he released his second 13CD box Cusp of Oblivion on the Moontower Foundation Edition and directed his first short film Sisyphus Runs.
Programme

18.30–19.45 Discussion about Rebecca Horn’s work including contributions from Hayden Chisholm and Tate curators Achim Borchardt-Hume, Andrea Lissoni and Valentina Ravaglia20.00–21.30 Premiere of Horn’s new film Glowing Core (93 mins)

Tate’s paid for learning is provided by Tate on behalf of Tate Enterprises Limited

This event is related to the exhibition Rebecca Horn