Luke Willis Thompson | Turner Prize Nominee 2018 | TateShots

Luke Willis Thompson works across film, performance, installation and sculpture to tackle traumatic histories of class, racial and social inequality, institutional violence, colonialism and forced migration. Following research into racialised stop-and-search policies and killings, Thompson’s silent black and white 16mm and 35mm films are performances by people fundamentally impacted by police and state brutality. #TateShots […]

Donald Rodney ­– A Practice Unfolding l Animating the Archives

A look through Rodney’s complete sketchbook collection, considering how the books reflect both his personal concerns and the politics of race and representation in Britain between 1982-1998. Explore the full collection of Rodney’s sketchbooks on the Tate website: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/archive/tga-200321/forty-eight-notebooks-and-sketchbooks-written-and-created-by-donald-rodney-and-the