Past Event Tate Britain Performance

Late at Tate: May 2015 DISRUPT

1 May 2015 at 18.00–22.00

Late at Tate events and entry to Collection displays is free, charges apply to special exhibitions

Antonio Roberts - Unstable Mediums

Late at Tate Britain

Gravity Sketch, Late at Tate Britain, May 2015

Imperial College Advanced Hackspace

Antonio Roberts - Unstable Mediums (still)

At a glance

Don’t miss our top picks for the evening! See 3D printing in action in the Taylor Digital Studio, glitch artworks in the Octagon and hear Reprezent Radio broadcast live from gallery 1810.

Full programme

This year, Late at Tate Britain re-launches with a new series taking place over April, May and June exploring the theme of speculation. What does it mean to speculate? Consider, wonder, suppose or propose. Join us as we question, transform and disrupt ideas around art and creativity.

For the second event of the series titled DISRUPT, join in with alternative ways of experiencing Tate Britain and Tate's collection. Sound researchers, theorists, musicians and performance artists will present alternative interpretations of the gallery environment to disrupt the way you think about and experience art and artists.

Performance

What Am I Looking At?

Act 2: Disrupting Space

Throughout the gallery

18.00–21.30

We collect, we combine, we explore, and we act. Following on from Act 1, artist Jenny MooreTate Collective London and the Roundhouse Experimental Choir manoeuvre and produce sounds in response to Tate Britain. Participation encouraged! 

Participate

Digital Worksop

Taylor Digital Studio

18.00–21.00

Join the Imperial College Advanced Hackspace to hack, disrupt and re-imagine the traditional boundaries of art and design with 3D printing and CAD modelling.

Installation

Antonio Roberts

Octagon

18.00 - 21.30

Antonio Roberts shows Unstable Mediums, 2015, glitched versions of Tate collection artworks Ecstasy by Eric Gil and Eve by Sir Thomas Brock. Antonio Roberts is a new-media artist and curator based in Birmingham, UK whose work focuses on the errors and glitches generated by digital technology. Commissioned by Tate Collective London.

Digital Disruption 

Room 1890

18.00–21.30

See a curated selection of submissions from the Digital Disruption open call, which invited the public to transform artworks on display in Room 1890 using a digital technique. See a 3D printer in action, producing a disrupted sculpture, realised by Imperial College Advanced Hackspace. Curated by Tate Collective London.

Predators and Pests (2010)

Room 1910

18.00–21.30

What is it like to have your world fall apart, and everything you know collapse intouncertainty? A collaborative film work by Amanda Beech and Dianne Bauer takes us on a Sci-Fi journey from dream world to psychedelic nightmare.

Apophenia

North Duveens

18.00–21.30

A new provocative experimental filmic collage by  Luke Pendrell and James Trafford. Expect  an incoherent montage of flickering glitched images and text.

Broken symmetries

Henry Moore Room

18.00–21.30

A new collaborative sound and text intervention by Lendl Barcelos, Luke Pendrell, Henrik Hjorth Austad, James Trafford and Katrina Burch set against the undulating forms of Henry Moore.

Music

Martial Hauntology

North Duveens

18.00–21.30 

Experience Delusions of the Living Dead immersive sound and visual installation, presented by AUDINT. Based on one side of the vinyl record that accompanies the Martial Hauntology book, the animated video is a sub-chapter that documents Walter Slepian’s 1949 plan to purloin and photograph French neurologist Jules Cotard’s medical notebook.

AUDINT is a research cell investigating how frequencies are used to demarcate the soundscape. Re-formatted in 2008, it currently consists of Toby Heys and Steve Goodman.

Reprezent Radio

Room 1810

18.00–21.30 

The underground sound of young London from Reprezent Radio DJs and presenters will broadcast live from Tate Britain throughout the evening.

Discussion

Sonic Disruptions

Auditorium

19.30–20.30

The session concludes with an invitation to join an ongoing discussion lead by theorist Dr. James Trafford and artist Luke Pendrell, exploring the theoretical movement Speculative Realism and its impact upon contemporary art practice. This discussion will include the premiere of Delusions of the Living Dead, a new filmwork by AUDINT followed by a response from  Robin Mackay and Eleni Ikoniadou.

Free on a first-come-first-served basis, tickets from 18.00 at the Clore Foyer

Film

Auditorium

19.00–19.30

A screening of short artists films by Amanda Beech, Luke Pendrell, Keith Tilford and Benedict Singleton and Dir. Brian Rogers. 

Free on a first-come-first-served basis, tickets from 18.00 at the Clore Foyer

Venue

Tate Britain
Millbank
London
SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

1 May 2015 at 18.00–22.00