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Inside the invisibleMemorialising Slavery and Freedom in the Life and Works of Lubaina Himid$
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Celeste-Marie Bernier, Alan Rice, Lubaina Himid, and Hannah Durkin

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781789620856

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9781789620856.001.0001

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Artist Statement III Return to the Operatic

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(p.167) Artist Statement III Return to the Operatic
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Inside the invisible
Author(s):

Celeste-Marie Bernier

Alan Rice

Lubaina Himid

Hannah Durkin

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.3828/liverpool/9781789620856.003.0009

Naming the Money (Figures 56–58) is probably the most important work I’ve ever made, but for more personal reasons than its scale and reach. The period through which the work took place was one of reflection and development, and perhaps if I’m honest it was a moment at which I thought it would be the last installation I’d ever undertake. By the time it had been shown at the Hatton Gallery at Newcastle University I was approaching 50 and had spent the previous five years trying to build on the opportunity of the Tate St Ives residency and show; it was very different work but seemed none the less to be the culmination of a massive output which included shows such as ...

Keywords:   Lubaina Himid, Slavery, Memory, Freedom, the Body, Representation, Trauma, violence, activism, agency, resistance, rebellion, revolution, radicalism

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