What makes you feel nostalgic? Looking at old photos? Thinking about your childhood? Hearing a long lost song? What kind of things trigger your most deepest memories?
In response to Art Now: Joanna Piotrowska: All Our False Devices, which explores domestic spaces and childhood, the Tate Collective Producers and Omni Culture ask you to immerse yourself in the feeling of nostalgia.
See an artist who thinks back on his experiences to tell stories presentss his nostalgic reality.
Studio 32 Oke
Experience a performance from Studio 32. The band creates memories, daydreams and love stories emphasising nostalgia and the necessity for self-growth.
Reminiscing (Collage Workshop)
Explore how media can trigger nostalgia in your own throwback mood board.
MAKE YOUR OWN THROWBACK STICKER PACK!
Taylor Digital Studio
18.00 – 21.00
Catapult back into childhood nostalgia. Join The Body Recovery Unit and use social media hashtags to collage your own throwback sticker pack or gif.
Old School Games
Enjoy a throwback experience where you can interact with giant versions of classic childhood games.
Tate Collective Producer x OMNI Culture Showcase
Henry Moore room
19.00 – 21.30
A projection display of works which represent nostalgia for people aged 15-25 from different backgrounds.
18.00 – 21.30
A short film produced by OMNI Culture exploring different reminders that trigger nostalgia.
Reprezent Radio Presents …
Outside Djanogly Café
18.00 – 21.30
Listen to old school bangers with visuals provided by OMNI Culture.
Joanna Piotrowska in conversation
Art Now Space
19.00 – 20.00
For this Late at Tate we responded to the exhibition, Art Now: Joanna Piotrowska: All Our False Devices. Join a conversation with Joanna to find out more about her practice.
About Omni Culture
A multi-disciplinary collective where individuals of different practices collaborate and exhibit their work. They establish a support system to their members by cultivating their skills as creatives.