During the programme the following two films will be shown back-to-back Tuesday-Saturday.
Damien Hirst: Thoughts, Work, Life
Running time 38 Minutes
This film charts the evolution of Hirst's career from his time at Goldsmith's College, London through to his success as an international artist. An intimate and revealing protrait, Hirst talks openly about his work and discusses ideas behind his major works. Including documentary material mainly sourced from the artist's own archives, this film gives a rare glimpse into Hirst's working method.
Tim Marlow on Damien Hirst
Running time 46 minutes
Tim Marlow and Damien Hirst discuss Hirst's exhibition currently on display at Tate Modern – the first major museum survey of his work. Including his iconic works The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living and A Thousand Years, this interview gives insight into Hirst's varied and complex work and sheds light on this extraordinary exhibition.