Tate Modern Workshop

Activating Art Through Science and Technology

Neale Willis Look at the Monkey 2016

A hands-on day of making and play with emerging digital artists

Drop in to disrupt, manipulate and re-assemble yourselves and the Tate collection through 3D scanning, coding and glitching. 

Recoding Cities   

Drop in 13.00–16.00

Follow Luca M Damiani’s experiments in urban photography. Create a cyanotype print from a digital photograph, and learn how to re-code the digital image. 

A Piece of Art as Big as India and Reactickles 3

Drop in 13.00–16.00

Artist Joel Gethin Lewis will be demonstrating two current projects, an augmented reality sculpture and a series of playful interactions built for young people on the autistic spectrum.

Metagenomics in Art

Drop in 13.00-16.00

Take part in this hands-on workshop with Neus Torres Tamarit, combining artworks using DNA sequencing. 

Photo Tai Chi 

Drop in 13.00-16.00

Join Bonamy Devas to generate unpredictable images through capturing dancers T. Fitzgerald, O. J. David, I. Rossi and K. Patel with the Boomerang app. Hashtag your image #Phototaichi and see it screened on the Tate Exchange wall.​

Armour of Images Promenade

Drop in 13.00-16.00

Catch a glimpse of Victoria Batt as she dons the cloak she created with the public during Activating Art Through Body, Disguise and Performance workshops.

Human Glitch 

Pre-booked workshop 13.00-17.00

Join Juan Covelli, Neale Willis and Luca Damiani to explore interpretation, technical engagement, digital error experimentation and 3D development with the Tate collection. 

Spaces are limited: please email bpartexchange@tate.org.uk to reserve your place.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange

Blavatnik Building, Level 5

London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

29 November 2016 at 13.00–16.00

Supported by

BP Art Exchange