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Image credit: End of Empire (2016) by Yinka Shonibare MBE, installation view at Turner Contemporary. Photo by Stephen White
One of the country’s most celebrated filmmakers remembers the millions of Africans who fought as soldiers or served as porters during the war.
Premiered in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, this ambitious installation and performance piece tells the story of the African porters and carriers who served during the conflict.
Developed with non-voters, this provocative new work imagines what the UK would look like with representatives selected not by election but by lottery.
To mark the Forestry Commission’s centenary, the Turner Prize-winning artist continues her Shy Sculpture series deep in the heart of Yorkshire’s Dalby Forest.
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