Free entry Tate Modern Late

Uniqlo Tate Lates Nam June Paik

Join us for a mix of art, music, film, drop-in workshops and pop-up talks as we explore creative learning.

MUSIC

PROGRAMMED BY NTS RADIO

18.00–19.10 Kit Grill
19.10–19.40 Teresa Winter
19.50–20.20 Never
20.20–21.30 Not Waving

Terrace Bar, Blavatnik Building, Level 1

18.00–19.30 Callum McLean
19.30–21.00 Tia Cousins
21.00–22.45 Queen Kong

YOKO ONO: GRAPEFRUIT — WATER PIECE (1964 SPRING)

Yoko Ono has selected three instructional scores for November's Uniqlo Tate Lates, dedicated to Nam June Paik. The scores are from her 1964 book Grapefruit. They have been interpreted by Tate for the event with instructions for you to enact. Water Piece will see you stealing the moon…

PARTICIPATION TV('S)

Tanks Foyer, Blavatnik Building, Level 0

Cast your vote on ideas in this interactive installation, exploring themes from selfishness to change and technology. Will you agree or disagree?

TATE ECOSYSTEM

Tanks Foyer, Blavatnik Building, Level 0

Explore Holition’s data visualisations. The Tate Ecosystem Data Visualiser presents a microcosm of life at Tate, both online and in the galleries. It is inspired by the patterns and structures of natural ecosystems. Created by students from UAL, King’s College, UCL and Brown. In collaboration with Holition.

HACKOUSTIC

Join the community hacking group Hackoustic who combine technology and traditional instruments to explore sound. In the spirit of Fluxus, discover a mix of interactive sound-making machines and experimental performances.

APPLES AND SNAKES PRESENT LAURIE BOLGER

19.00–20.00, Terrace Bookshop, Blavatnik Building, Level 1

Join stand-up poet and presenter Laurie Bolger. Laurie will be reading from her debut poetry collection Boxrooms. Her work explores themes of friendship and community.

Laurie will read from her work, followed by a Q&A and book signing.

Boxrooms is published by Burning Eye Books


*Requires a free ticket, available to collect from the Level 0 ticket desk on a first-come, first-served basis from 17.00

ROUND TABLE: CYBORGS AND SHAMAN

Blavatnik Building, Level 3

Join an interactive roundtable discussing the use of technology, rituals and storytelling. Futurist and storyteller Adah Parris has created Cyborg Shamanism to challenge and critique what it means to be human by exploring other perspectives and ways of knowing.

YOKO ONO: GRAPEFRUIT — TWO SNOW PIECES FOR NAM JUNE PAIK

Blavatnik Building, Level 4

Work with other visitors to enact another of Yoko Ono’s Grapefruit scores. This piece instructs everyone to watch snow fall. Ono’s scores are interpreted by Uniqlo Tate Lates.

PEOPLE’S BUREAU, OPEN UNIVERSITY & COUNTERPOINT ARTS: PICTURING CLIMATE

Tate Exchange, Blavatnik Building, Level 5

How can photography, video, theatre and storytelling generate action around climate breakdown? Join artists, researchers and grassroots cultural organisations as they tackle this question in the context of four different countries – Cuba, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jordan, and the UK.

RANDOM ACCESS

Blavatnik Building, Level 6

Worldwide FM respond to Nam June Paik’s Random Access. Hear from sound artist Rebekah Ubuntu, Goldsmiths' Dr Holly Rodgers and artist Robbie Barrat. Alongside a panel exploring art and tech futures, The Museum of Contemporary Digital Arts will present video work from Robbie Barrat and an interactive collage from DADA.Art collective.

Worldwide FM’s Global Roots has collaborated with afro-electronic producer Ekiti Sound and digital artists James Beej and Sabina Covarrubias to reveal a data-generated audio visual experiment.

Talks programme:
18.45–19.30 ART & TECH FUTURES: DADA.Art and MOCDA in conversation with Global Roots
20.00–20.15 ROBBIE BARRAT
20.30–20.45 DR HOLLY RODGERS
21.00–21.15 REBEKAH UBUNTU

FILM — STEPAN POLIVANOV: RAVING RIOT

19.00–20.40 Starr Cinema, Natalie Bell Building, Level 1

Catch the UK premiere of Stepan Polivanov’s first feature film. Raving Riot looks at a youth-led protest in Tbilisi, Georgia. The film enacts this through dance and music. Followed by a discussion and Q&A with the curators and artist.


*Requires a free ticket, available to collect from the Level 0 ticket desk on a first-come, first-served basis from 17.00

YOKO ONO: GRAPEFRUIT — THREE MORE SNOW PIECES FOR NAM JUNE PAIK (1964 SPRING)

Natalie Bell Building, Level 4

The final score in Yoko Ono’s Grapefruit is Three More Snow Pieces. It invites you to experiment with materials, create snow sounds and send them to someone or try walking in the snow without making footprints. Ono’s scores have been interpreted by Uniqlo Tate Lates.

TALKING ART

Meet at 19.30, Natalie Bell Building, Level 4

Got an opinion about the art in Tate Modern? Join lively conversations around key artworks.

UNIQLO 10 MINUTE ART TALKS

Various times, throughout the building

Look out for staff and volunteers from across Tate, who will be sharing their personal
insights into works from the collection in just 10 minutes.

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Date & Time

29 November 2019 at 18.00–22.00

Uniqlo Tate Lates take place on the last Friday of every month (except December)

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