Yinka Shonibare uses a variety of forms to explore and make visible the cultural influences of colonialisation. He considers himself ‘truly bi-cultural' and strives to open up debate about the social, cultural and political issues that shape our histories and construct identity. His works challenge assumptions about representation by playfully blurring the boundaries between stereotypically Western ideas about ‘high' art and traditional categorisations of ‘African art.'
Supported by BP
Tate Britain Auditorium
£10 (£8 concessions), booking recommended
Price includes drinks afterwards
For tickets book online or call 020 7887 8888.