1 February - 15 May. Supported by the Andy Warhol foundation for the visual arts, the Tate Britain hosts a major retrospective of Susan Hiller's work. Born in Florida in 1940, Hiller has lived and worked in Britain for more than 30 years and has become one of the most influential artists of her generation.
The exhibition shines a light on a selection of her key works, from her 1970s postcard images to her avant-garde mixed-media installations and video projections. The show focuses on Hiller's diverse interests such as her explorations of the subconscious or unconscious mind, dreams, memory and supernatural or visionary experiences.