Tate Modern Performance

East London Cable: TV Dinner Episode 3

Part of the Terra Foundation for American Art Series

© Rosa-Johan Uddoh, East London Cable

Join artist collective East London Cable for this unique immersive performance

Be part of the audience as, for one night only, the Starr Cinema at Tate Modern is transformed into a TV studio for a live recording.

Contributors will showcase musical, moving image, dance and performance works, including responses to Nam June Paik’s famous engagements with television. Film works will be subtitled.

The evening is hosted by Dana Munro, and features new works by Aoibheann Greenan, Jos Bitelli, Wojciech Kosma, Rosa-Johan Uddoh, Dan Marre, Olu Ogunnaike, Dana Munro & Sung Tieu. There will also be musical performances by Fionnuala Kennedy.

About

East London Cable is Aoibheann Greenan, Dan Marre, Eve Stainton, Florence Peake, Jos Bitelli, Louis Brown, Sung Tieu and Wojciech Kosma. Since early 2018, the collective has been producing, platforming and commissioning moving image and performance works under the umbrella of ‘TV’.

This event is part of the Terra Foundation for American Art Series: New Perspectives

Photograph of the back of a person with headphones on looking at two computer screens of live filming

© Anne Tetzlaff

woman holding a microphone in front of a green screen

© Anne Tetzlaff

portrait of woman with faded city sky line in the background

© Rosa-Johan Uddoh, East London Cable

Tate Modern

Starr Cinema

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

10 December 2019 at 18.30–20.00

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