Tate Britain Late

Late at Tate Britain: Art Now, Shawanda Corbett

Late at Tate Britain logo, a distorted image of two statues from the gallery floor

Join us at the next Late at Tate Britain to explore the contrast between our analogue and digital selves

From using face ID to unlock your phone to your tailored social media feed, Artificial Intelligence is all around us. But who is AI for?

Cyborg theory explores the relationship between humans and machines. Does this theory really benefit the communities it should?

Stay tuned for an unmissable line up of talks, workshops, and performances inspired by Shawanda Corbett. Shawanda's current Art Now Display Let the sunshine in explores the culture that binds and differentiates animals and machines.

Tate Britain

Manton Entrance

London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

2 September 2022 at 18.00–21.30

  • No ticket required for admission to the Lates
  • Some events require a free ticket, see programme for more details
  • Book to visit Walter Sickert and Cornelia Parker which will also be open late

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