Rebecca Horn, 'Concert for Anarchy' 1990
Past Event Tate Britain Special Event

Music meets Art: Hangout on air

9 December 2013 at 20.00–20.30
Rebecca Horn, Concert for Anarchy 1990, Tate. © DACS, 2016

In the fifth Google Hangout of the series, arts journalist Miranda Sawyer is joined by artist Haroon Mirza, music producers and online contributors for a lively discussion about music and art

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Music meets Art – Hangout On Air

Chair: Miranda Sawyer

Miranda Sawyer

Miranda is a journalist, writer and broadcaster covering a wide range of interests, including music, art, radio and theatre. She is currently a feature writer and radio critic for The Observer, and is a regular arts critic in print and on television and radio. Miranda is also on the board of Tate Members.

In the studio

Haroon Mirza

Haroon Mirza portrait

Haroon is a British artist who combines a variety of readymade and time based material to create audio compositions, which are often realised as site-specific installations. In doing so, Mirza complicates the distinctions between noise, sound and music, and alters the function and meaning of everyday objects and and socio-cultural constructs.

Adrian Shaw

Late at Tate Britain Programmer Adrian Shaw in the Lowry exhibition at Tate Britain

Adrian is part of Tate’s Learning department, working on the Young People's Programme. He has been organising music events since the early 1990’s and introduced large scale music programming to Tate over 10 years ago.  Now established as ‘Late at Tate’, these events often explore the boundaries between music, performance and art.  Adrian is also a musician, and one half of the arts duo boyleANDshaw.

On the Hangout

William Skeaping

William Skeaping portrait

Will is a creative consultant and music producer. Following a tour of duty at Google, he worked closely with rappers, authors and film makers as label manager at Lex Records, focusing on collaborations between artists and musicians. He is currently making an album uniting English folk music with vintage analogue synthesizers. 

Leif Podhajsky

Leif Podhajsky

Leif is an Australian artist and graphic designer, who’s distinctive bright, surreal abstractions have featured on posters and album covers for musicians including Mount Kimbie, Tame Impala, Grimes, Lykki Li and Foals. Leif says his work "explores themes of connectedness, the relevance of nature and the psychedelic or altered experience."

Venue

Tate Britain
Millbank
London
SW1P 4RG
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Date & Time

9 December 2013 at 20.00–20.30