UCLA Department of Art Lectures: Tacita Dean
Tacita Dean’s methodical investigations of memory, time, history, and loss are explored in a variety of media, including film, photography, and drawing. Her most recent film, Kodak (2006), follows the making of the final run of 16mm film as it threads through several miles of machinery and explores the abandoned corners of the Kodak film factory in Chalon-Sur-Saône, France. Dean received The Hugo Boss Prize 2006 and a survey of her works was presented last year at the Schaulager, Basel, Switzerland.
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