McLeod Brothers Create For the Tate

The British art gallery the Tate has called upon its statesmen The Brothers McLeod to help kids connect with the art world. Greg and Myles were commissioned by the national gallery to write, direct and produce five films, each featuring the work of a gallery artist. The brothers created a two-headed character Orthus that introduces the segment and the artist, and then a collection of kids called the Art Sparks recreate that work. Here’s a segment from the first film that focuses on Cornelia Parker the English sculptor and installation artist. Head over to the Tate website to see the complete film.

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