Late at Tate Britain: Truth is inspired by Turner Prize 2018. Historically, the art prize has sparked controversy, debate and pushed boundaries. This year's exhibition has been no exception, getting us to think about power, visibility and truth. For this event our Tate Collective Producers picked up the slippery theme of ‘truth’. Expect a mix of talks, performance, workshops and music as we probe the question of what ‘truth’ might mean in a post-truth world.
Reprezent Radio presents: Still Live
Room 1840, 18.00–21.30
See a vibrant multimedia installation from artist Morgan Hislop accompanied by sounds from India Jordan, Marshal Darling and JQ.
Power, Visibility, Truth
Clore Studio, 19.30–20.30
Discuss the meaning and relevance of power, visibility and truth in relation to Turner Prize 2018 with Tate Collective Producers and Sam McGuire from Tate's Interpretation team.
Steve Fuller on Post-Truth
Fake news, media distrust, propaganda and misinformation. How do we find our way ‘post-truth’ world? Join philosopher Steve Fuller to discuss.
A Seat at the Long Table
un(common) space, 19.30–20.30
Join a drop-in long table discussion exploring career pathways and progression routes for young people from BAME working-class backgrounds.
The School of Life
Outside the Djanogly Cafe, 18.30–19.00, 19.15–19.45, 20.00–20.30, 20.45–21.15
How can you be true to yourself? How can you be true to others? Join a truth themed workshop to give your emotional intelligence a boost.
Hyper-Real Life Drawing
Sketch what you see through the disruption, interruption and distortion of the projected life drawing models presented by artist Morgan Hislop.
North Duveen, 18.00–21.00
Fancy a game of Propaganda? Get a grip on reality in the post-truth age by playing this board game designed by recent graduate Sindi Breshani.
Liver and Lights: A Chronicle of Strange Times
Library and Archive Reading Rooms, 19.00–21.00
Liver and Lights is John Bently’s long running series of art in book form. See highlights from the series and other publications selected by John.
Fake News Collage Workshop
North Duveens, 18.00–21.30
Who needs facts? In a time rife with fake news, where does the truth live? Cut and paste a front page that represents your truth.
Manton Studio, 18.00–21.00
Do you speak the truth? Join a comic making workshop to explore your personal truth led by illustrator Aleesha Nandhra.
Creating Facts from Fiction using Bots
Taylor Digital Studio, 18.00–21.00
As social bots flood the internet with fake news join developer Arora Ashani to learn how to make your own Twitter bot.
Turner prize 2018
Aged 16–25? Join Tate Collective for £5 tickets to the exhibition for you and three friends on the night. Sign up.
Late at Tate Britain is a space for celebrating and showcasing young, emerging creatives and is curated by our Tate Collective Producers.