27 February 2007

Chronicling their films, videos, essays and installations from 1982 - 1998, including their first film Signs of Empire (1982 - 84) and their most famous Handsworth Songs (1986), the show depicts the Black Audio Film Collective as one of the most distinguished artist groups to emerge from Britian in recent years, with a body of work described as hugely significant in post-war British society.

The Ghosts of Songs has been conceptualised, curated and produced by Kodwo Eshun and Anjalika Sagar of The Otolith Group. Click here to read art critic Adrian Searle's review of the exhibition on Guardian.