Multi-talented artist (and leading voice of New-Wave Feminism), Petra Collins is creating a short film celebrating retrospective American painter Georgia O'Keeffe, as commissioned by Tate Modern. The collection is the first UK exhibition of her work for over twenty years. Find information and tickets here.

"O'Keeffe was one of the first artists that made me appreciate color in a whole new way," she says. "Her use of it makes me feel like her landscapes are complex beings. That with each stroke of color, each line, each curve, she's bringing these locations to life. With this short I wanted each girl to really play with their surroundings (that were inspired by O'Keeffe's desert and Lake George - her two favourite spots) - to use their every inch of skin, muscle, bone, etc and really put themselves into her landscape too - while making their own."