Tate Triennial 2006
New British Art
01 Mar - 14 May 2006
There are varying approaches to the use of reference material: from John Stezaker’s ongoing series of collages, to The Otolith Group’s use of archival footage. Visual codes and imagery, often from competing influences, are combined to create highly personal languages and narratives. For example, Rebecca Warren draws from a variety of sources, from Edgar Degas to Helmut Newton, to create roughly modelled clay figures. A key aspect of this year's exhibition is the staging of a performance programme, which reflects the multidisciplinary practices of many of the artists.
The exhibition takes place in the Upper Galleries, the Lightbox space and the central Duveen sculpture galleries at Tate Britain. A key aspect of this year's Tate Triennial is the staging of a performance programme, which highlights the collaborative nature and multi-disciplinary practices of many of the artists selected.
List of artists: Pablo Bronstein, Angela Bulloch, Gerard Byrne, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Lali Chetwynd, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Enrico David, Peter Doig, Kaye Donachie, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Luke Fowler, Michael Fullerton, Ryan Gander, Liam Gillick, Douglas Gordon, Mark Leckey, Lucy McKenzie, Daria Martin, Simon Martin, Alan Michael, Jonathan Monk, Scott Myles, Christopher Orr, The Otolith Group (Kodwo Eshun, Anjalika Sagar and Richard Couzins), Djordje Ozbolt, Oliver Payne and Nick Relph, Olivia Plender, Muzi Quawson, Eva Rothschild, Tino Sehgal, Linder Sterling, John Stezaker, Rebecca Warren, Nicole Wermers and Cerith Wyn Evans.