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Commissioned by the Dutch secret service, Jill Magid's exhibition at Tate Modern explores the 'human face' of espionage

In 2005, the Dutch secret service commissioned American artist Jill Magid to create an artwork that reflected the 'human face' of espionage and intelligence services. The result, Authority to Remove, a series of text-based works and installations, is now being exhibited for the first and last ever time before it is surrendered to the Dutch authorities


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