Searching for Great Aunt Minna was inspired by a photograph and a commissioned photo essay for the London Sunday Times Magazine about the Sangoma, the traditional healers, (shamans) who are called by their Ancestors to heal, 18 March 2017

Searching for Great Aunt Minna As part of Who Are We? Project, at Tate Exchange

As part of Who Are We? Project, at Tate Exchange

For Who Are We?, Jillian Edelstein will be in conversation with Liz Jobey, an associate editor of the FT Weekend Magazine. Jillian’s story takes in the history of Eastern Europe and the solid immigration drive to Southern Africa from Eastern Europe. Photography, film interviews and diary pieces are used to illustrate her family’s search for stability due to forced removal. This story echoes the lives of everyday migrants and asylum seekers today coming to Europe from the challenged parts of Africa, and the conflict zones of the Middle East. Jillian Edelstein is one of the artists currently commissioned by Counterpoints Arts. Book via the Tate Exchange.

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Schedule

  • Thu 13 July 2017

    Caustic Coastal presents CCTV17

    Coastal presents CCTV17, a televisual production of artistic and music performance presented for both a live studio audience and streaming online via www.thisistomorrow.info. Inspired by TV shows such as TFI Friday and The Word, CCTV17 will present a chaotic mix of the wonderous, curious, pop-influenced, and potentially d

    isastrous. Turn up, tune in…

    13th July 2017Gallery open from 6pm GMT Performances start promptly from 7pm GMT (Warehouse & online) Beth Kettel, Alliyah Hussian & Mariel Osborn, Colden Drystone, Rory Mullen, EKKAH, Gery Georgieva, Ella Deacy, IMPATV More to come…