Ellen Booth

Ellen Booth is a performance artist and a member of Liberate Tate, a London-based art collective  dedicated to making creatively disobedient work at Tate institutions until it drops its oil company funding.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015
I Spent the Night in the Tate Gallery, Listening to the Quiet Sounds of Art Activism
It’s 5:20am in the morning, and I’m sitting on a small folding stool at the side of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. It feels strangely soothing as I sit listening to the musical night time sounds inside the Tate Modern. The drone of the air conditioning units forms the backdrop to a cacophony of dull...
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