Free entry Tate Modern Film

Christian Marclay: The Clock Tate Collective Overnight Screening

Christian Marclay The Clock 2010. Single channel video, duration: 24 hours © the artist. Courtesy White Cube, London and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

An exclusive screening of the 24-hour cinematic masterpiece for Tate Collective

People walking through Tate

© Alex Wojcik

A woman looks at her necklace

Tash LC

A DJ plays music

Poly-Ritmo

People listening to a talk

© Maria Giorgia Lenzi

A DJ playing music

Lovecraft

People gathered around a table doing arts and crafts

© Dan Weill

​Tate Collective are invited to a special after-hours viewing of Christian Marclay's The Clock. Tate Collective is our free scheme for 16–25 year olds. Make sure you're signed up for entry.

Join a nocturnal experience of Marclay’s cult film work. Drop into the The Clock any time overnight to watch the film's twilight hours. Catch DJs playing the Terrace Bar til 2am or visit our midnight philosophers club for talks on time and space. For the early risers, we’ve sorted yoga, meditation and breakfast to start your Sunday morning. Check the full line-up:

Late Night

Music and visuals, 22.00–02.00 Terrace Bar

Catch DJs Poly-Ritmo, Scott XYLO, Z Lovecraft and Tash LC playing into the early hours. See time-inspired visuals from photographers including Lucy Ridgard, Coco Capitán and Campbell Addy.

Discussion and zine-making, 10.00–01.00 Blavatnik Building Level 2

Visit our midnight philosophers puppet club led by artist Oliver Hymans to discuss the metaphysics of time and space. Or cut and collage to create a zine inspired by the moving image.

Early Morning

Yoga with Frame, 08.15–09.00 and 09.15–10.00 Turbine Hall

Join a morning yoga sesh led by Frame. We provide the mats, so you can just turn up and stretch. Log in to your Tate Collective account to book your place.

Morning Meditation, 08.30–09.00 and 09.30–10.00

Start your day with mind soothing meditation. No prior experience required, just book your spot in advance. Log in to your Tate Collective account to book.

Breakfast, Terrace Bar 08.00-12.00

We're offering breakfast with a DJ set from Will Lister to kick off Sunday morning.

Get ready for the event with this time-inspired mix created by Paola Laf from NTS, our Uniqlo Tate Lates music partner:

Things to know

  • You need to show your Tate Collective card and ID (PASS card, Citizens Card, Driving Licence, Passport) for entry.
  • You can drop in to The Clock any time overnight or during the morning. Entry will be on a first-come first served basis.
  • The gallery will close at 21.55 and will re-open at 22.00 for Tate Collective to enter.
  • Entrance is via the Blavatnik Building South Entrance.
  • You will be asked to provide proof of age when buying alcoholic drinks as we operate the Challenge 25 policy.

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London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit

Dates

24–25 November 2018

Exclusively for Tate Collective, sign up for free

Show your Tate Collective card on the door for entry

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