Art Newspaper Looks at Artists’ Opposition to Brexit

June 1st, 2016

The Art Newspaper reviews artists’ oppositions to an EU exit for the UK, speaking with Tacita Dean about recent work inspired by the referendum vote.  “I am making the largest blackboard drawing I have ever embarked upon,” Dean says. “It is based on The Tempest and is 32-foot long. As I often write on the boards things that come into my head as I draw, I’ve been extremely conscious of Brexit since beginning work on it. The Tempest is a manufactured storm, as is this EU Referendum, but unlike Prospero, [David] Cameron cannot control it and Caliban is loose on the island.”

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