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Opposites attract at Oxymoron at the Tate

Posted at 2:00 pm, July 13, 2012 in Arts & Entertainment

It pains us to say, but Paula Abdul was right and Oxymoron tonight at the Tate Modern proves it. Taking inspiration from Damien Hirst’s approach of presenting conflicting ideas in one space, this evening’s (July 13) artist-led workshops and music performances (aimed at 15-25 year olds, but all welcome) will help visitors understand the Hirst exhibition, and possibly even the concept of life itself, in a whole new way. Explore silence/sound with battles from Kwesachu (Kwes and Michachu), horrible beauty with illustrator Hattie Stewart, and the living dead with Lauren Baker’s eery adorned skulls. Carly-Ann Clements

For info, see tate.org.uk.

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