William Kentridge at the opening of the Institute of Ideas and Imagination.
November 12 at the Columbia Global Centers in Paris, in a panel discussion with professor of anthropology Rosalind Morris
combined music, dance, film projections, mechanised sculptures and shadow play to tell the story of the millions of African porters and carriers who were involved in the First World War. The world premiere of this major new work was staged in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall.
At the opening Kendridge explained the way they worked to make it happen.
William Kentridge with Mark Mazower and Rosalind Morris