Tate Modern invited five artists and thinkers to freely imagine what a dancing museum could be. Pablo Bronstein reinvents the architecture of Tate Modern; Tim Etchells urges us not to ‘museumify’ dance and instead nurture it as a living, breathing agent for change; Dorothea von Hantelmann looks back at historical interpretations of the museum from writers and anthropologists, and Yvonne Rainer outlines the optimum viewing conditions to allow audience and performer to comfortably inhabit the same space.
- Tim Etchells, artist and a writer and Professor of Performance at Lancaster University
- Dorothea von Hantelmann, Documenta-Professor at the University/School of Arts and Design Kassel
- Pablo Bronstein, artist born in Argentina who lives and works in the UK
- Yvonne Rainer, choreographer, writer and ex-filmmaker
- Tania Bruguera, cuban performance artist