Three days of participatory activities for visiting schools and teachers
The catalyst for this event around ephemeral art, was the recent discovery of a pallet load of a resource Trace Element that had been placed in a storage container during building works at Tate Modern. Designed by artist Sarah Carne in 2009, it considers Doris Salcedos Shibboleth 2007, now represented by a permanent scar left in the floor of the Turbine Hall, along with other works in the Tate collection.
- Consider ideas around ephemeral art, reflection and recycling during your visit. Meet Learning staff and pick up a copy of Trace Element in the Turbine Hall.
- Explore artist Adam Walkers temporary structure in the Turbine Hall – Monday and Tuesday only.
- Watch films about Shibboleth 2007 and ephemeral works in the Clore Screening Room.
- Leave your trace or leave no trace by displaying or recycling your resource in the Clore Welcome Room.
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