Aldo Tambellini | The Tanks

Considered a pioneer of Expanded Cinema, Aldo Tambellini came to prominence in the 1960s with his experimental work in television and cinema. Fascinated by the blurring of boundaries between creative disciplines, he began to fuse film projections with music, dance, painting and spoken word, producing kinetic, sculptural installations.

In 2012 Tambellini performed three works in the Tanks at Tate Modern. Two – Black Zero 1965 and Moondial 1966 – were re-performances of older works, while the third was a new piece titled Retracing Black.


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