Tate Britain Exhibition

Art Now: The Weight of Data

The Weight of Data Installation shot. Photo: Lucy Dawkins, Tate Photography

This exhibition, part of Tate Britain’s Art Now series, includes recent work by emerging artists who investigate the material world through the conversion of information from one state to another.

Exploring the internet’s capacity to collapse time and space, these works investigate points of affinity and distance, intimacy and anonymity, pitching the elastic dimensions of a virtual landscape against the physical certainty of the here and now. Artists include: Eloise Hawser, Katrina Palmer, Yuri Pattison, Charlotte Prodger.

This exhibition has been curated by Lizzie Carey-Thomas.

Art Now: The Weight of Data Installation shot. Photo: Lucy Dawkins, Tate Photography © Charlotte Prodger

Art Now: The Weight of Data Installation shot. Photo: Lucy Dawkins, Tate Photography © Charlotte Prodger

Art Now: The Weight of Data Installation shot. Photo: Lucy Dawkins, Tate Photography © Charlotte Prodger

About Art Now

Art Now is a series of exhibitions at Tate Britain focusing on new and recent work by emerging artists.

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London SW1P 4RG
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Dates

18 May – 25 October 2015

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