Solange Opens Digital Art Piece in London's Tate Modern

by Flaunt Intern

Solange's 2016 album A Seat at the Table took not only the music industry by storm last year, but popular culture as well. Dealing with womanhood and being black in America, Solange's third studio album opened dialogues about tough topics.

Following the themes of the album, the R&B star has opened a new art exhibit today (Aug. 25) at the Tate Modern museum located in London. A digital experience titled Seventy States, the piece sits as a part of a new collection the Tate is hosting called Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power.

Exploring the creative process behind her latest album, the digital piece is on display until October 22. The display is also available to view on the Tate's website.

Solange wrote in a press release, "I wanted to create a specific scenography through movement and landscape to communicate my states of process through this record, I decided to do this through a visual language."

She also just announced three shows yesterday, as she continues to ride the wave of her groundbreaking album.

Written by Corey Fuller