Developed through workshops at 198 Contemporary and Learning, young people use digital technology to tell stories and create original work. The work explores 198’s political and artistic history by remixing the organisation’s archive from 1988–2016.
The workshops provide the opportunity for young people to experiment and collaborate with emerging digital tools to create new exciting work that imagines a future 198 in relation to its unique place in the community and a changing global landscape.
With contributions from Who Needs a Name.
This event is programmed by 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, a Tate Exchange Associate.
About 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning
198 Contemporary Arts and Learning is a visual arts organisation based in Brixton which boldly pushes the boundaries of creative practice while giving voice to under-represented creative individuals, communities and cultures.