Created between 1968 and 1975, Trisha Brown's pioneering Early Works blur the boundaries between dance and installation art. Originally created for loft spaces and art galleries as well as the outdoors, the Company now brings this collection of works for the first time to UK audiences in a gallery setting.
Rigorous yet playful, these iconic works include Accumulation (1971), Group Primary Accumulation (1973), Sticks (1973), Figure Eight (1974) and Spanish Dance (1973).
From the starting point on the bridge of Tate Modern's Turbine Hall, the audience is directed to other parts of the gallery to discover the works as they unfold amongst the permanent collection.
This is a unique opportunity to see seminal works that have influenced dancemakers worldwide.