Late at Tate Britain

Just what we can make of the book and what it can make of us is the theme of this symposium.

The Liquid Page – Part 1

Part one of of the audio recording of the Tate Britain symposium The Liquid Page, which invites academics and artists to explore the ways in which both the book and the act of reading are being reshaped, expanded and coaxed into new directions and hybrid forms.

The Liquid Page – Part 2

Part two of of the audio recording of the Tate Britain symposium The Liquid Page, which invites academics and artists to explore the ways in which both the book and the act of reading are being reshaped, expanded and coaxed into new directions and hybrid forms.

The Liquid Page – Part 3

Part three of of the audio recording of the Tate Britain symposium The Liquid Page, which invites academics and artists to explore the ways in which both the book and the act of reading are being reshaped, expanded and coaxed into new directions and hybrid forms.

The Liquid Page – Part 4

Part four of of the audio recording of the Tate Britain symposium The Liquid Page, which invites academics and artists to explore the ways in which both the book and the act of reading are being reshaped, expanded and coaxed into new directions and hybrid forms.

Commentators have foreseen radical change in both the form of this enduring cultural object and the way we interact with it. New technology always questions the relevance and significance of traditional forms. The Liquid Page invites academics and artists to explore the ways in which both the book and the act of reading is being reshaped, expanded and coaxed into new directions and hybrid forms.

Confirmed speakers include Prof. Johanna Drucker, Robertson Professor of Media Studies and English, University of Virginia; Simon Morley, Artist/ Writer (‘Writing on the Wall’)

This symposium is a collaboration between UCA and Tate Britain.