Rival gangs battle on a housing estate, a tower block is illuminated by a light show before it is razed to the ground, and a housing estate in a Russian suburb, Desniansky Raion, stands desolate and empty - these are all part of artist Cyprien Gaillard's triptych of films set to music by French composer and musician Koudlam.
Experience this 'electronic opera' in Tate Modern's epic Turbine Hall, as Gaillard explores visions of utopian architecture and the aftermath of its social and physical destruction.
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