Tate Britain Workshop

Digital Makers Glitch, crackle and pop!

Children's creations in a digital workshop © Gary Stewart

Come and remix sound and images to make your own digital artwork

Be inspired by artist Sophie Michael’s 16mm film projections (Trip) the Light Fantastic, bringing the past into the present.

Join artist Gary Stewart, in using simple webcams and chroma key software, to capture your body movement and shapes. Bring these films to life with patterns and soundwaves.

Thinking about how old and new technologies can produce interesting effects and accidents, you’ll learn new digital skills and create a collaborative audio-visual projection.

Artist biography

Gary Stewart is an artist and experimental sonic musician based in London, UK. With artist Trevor Mathison he is part of Dubmorphology who make art installations that examine the relationship between culture, history and technology. 

If you can’t make this event, you will be able to recreate it at home or in the classroom with our Digital Makers activities over on Tate Kids after the event.

Digital Makers is a series of digital art making workshops aimed at 8–14 year olds. These workshops will be inspired by art and artists and explore a range of digital skills.

Tate Britain

Taylor Digital Studio

London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

25 October 2016 at 11.00–16.00