22 - 27 May 2018 / 12:00 - 18:00

Who Are We?

Art, migration and the production of democracy: Join us for a week of experimental production

Join Counterpoints Arts, Loughborough University, The Open University and Stance Podcast for a week of experimental production in partnership with the University of York Migration Network and many other collaborators.

Drop in to activities spanning the visual arts: film and photography; design and architecture; digital cultures; the spoken and written word and Live Art.

Examine connected questions around housing, dis/placement and place-making; labour and inequality; and citizenship and the production of social democracy.

Engage with the production of solidarities and of neighbourhoods and cities. Look into issues relating to knowledge and the commons, and local ecologies and climate change. Investigate the production of communities, identities and belonging, public spheres, and the transformative power of art and pop culture in tumultuous times.

As well as joining our drop-in activities at Tate Exchange, engage with additional off-site activities happening in locations across the UK and beyond (alongside partners across Europe). Our off-site projects will be transmitted to Tate Exchange and our activities at Tate will be transmitted to our off-site collaborators.

This event is programmed by Counterpoints Arts, Loughborough University, The Open University and Stance Podcast Tate Exchange Associates.

For more information visit the Tate website

22 - 27 May 2018
12:00 - 18:00

Tate Exchange, Blavatnik Building, Level 5 , Bankside, London, SE1 9TG

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