Highlights from the Bloomberg Connects Drawing Bar
At the Bloomberg Connects Drawing Bar on Level 3 at Tate Modern you can make a creative response to your visit on a digital sketch pad, then see your drawing immediately projected on the wall.
In conjunction with the current Marlene Dumas exhibition, the drawing bar projection includes portrait drawings that Dumas allowed her 6 year-old daughter Helena to decorate, and a series of her nude drawings ‘dressed’ by her friend, the painter Bert Boogaard.
Tate Modern visitors have responded to Dumas’s work with some extraordinary portraits and collaborative drawings. You can see selected highlights here:
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The Drawing Bar is part of Bloomberg Connects: interactive digital projects around Tate Modern that invite you to connect with art, artists and other visitors and make your ideas visible around the gallery.