Tate Liverpool Workshop

Made from Light The Art and Science of Renewable Energy

Joseph Beuys, ‘Sun and Pylon’ 1946
Joseph Beuys, Sun and Pylon 1946. Tate / National Galleries of Scotland. © DACS, 2018

Join us in Tate Exchange to find out more about the art and science of sustainable energy production.

Renewable energy is considered to be a recent technological development, but in fact it has a long history. For centuries the possibility of harnessing the power of the sun has inspired scientists, engineers, writers and artists alike. The future of energy production and our environment will not only be shaped by science and technology: the arts also have a role to play in influencing our behaviour and imagination. Tate Exchange invites you to be part of that creative conversation.

Drop in to the Tate Exchange to take part in a series of creative workshops and talks. Researchers from the University of Liverpool will be there to lead explorations on art, science and the history of renewable energy. Tell us your thoughts by composing a poem or writing a story, or record and add your voice to an evolving energy soundscape that will be performed over the weekend.

For a full schedule of activities please visit the University of Liverpool's website.

Tate Liverpool

Tate Exchange Liverpool

Albert Dock
Liverpool Waterfront
Liverpool L3 4BB
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Dates

11–17 June 2018