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 Pablo Hare, Monuments, 29.1x 36.8 cm Giganotosaurus, Valle de Majes, Arequipa, 2005-2012, © Pablo Hare

 Rä di Martino, No More Stars (Star Wars), 33°59’39 N 75°’34 E Chot El-Gharsa, Tunisia 03 September 2010, © Rä di Martino

 Haroon Mirza, Cross section of a revolution, mixed media, 2011, Courtesy the artist and Lisson Gallery

6.30pm at Gasworks


Speakers: Pablo Hare, José Carlos Martinat, Rä di Martino and Eliana Otta.

Chair: Pablo Leon de la Barra

The artists in the exhibition Ruins in Reverse at Tate Modern discuss the complex relationship between historical monuments and contemporary urban ruins present in their work.

This event coincides with the opening of Ruins in Reverse at Tate Modern, Project Space (1 March - 24 June 2013). The exhibition is part of Gasworks' ongoing curatorial exchange programme with Tate Modern in partnership with Museo de Arte de Lima-MALI, Peru.

Project Space is Tate’s dedicated space for presenting emerging and recently established international artists. The Project Space series is made possible with the generous support of Catherine Petitgas. The curatorial exchange is supported by Tate International Council with the collaboration of Gasworks.

If you wish to listen to a recording of the event please follow the link here for download or streaming.