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In Lis Rhodes's expanded cinema piece Light Music (1973) two beams of light, thrown by two projectors sitting on the floor facing each other, are made visible by fog created in the room. The patterns they project on the wall - stripes running up and across, white squares, quick flickers - are legible in the throw...
Lucy Reynolds reflects on Lis Rhodes's convergences and overlappings of sound and image, text and voice, in her current exhibition at the ICA, London.
Josefine Wikström discusses how Tate Modern’s programme ‘Art in Action’ brings the museum up to date with recent trends in artistic practice and questions the economics behind this move.