Tate Modern Talk

Where does culture happen?

A man talking into a microphone

Tate Modern opening weekend in Tate Exchange © Dan Weill

Join Abondance Matanda, Hamed Maiye and Hannah Kemp-Welch to talk representation and inner-city culture

How is protest related to culture?

How is home a site of cultural production?

How can the internet and its networked communities give rise to representation?

Hear from writer and poet Abondance Matanda, artist and curator Hamed Maiye and sound artist, activist and youth worker Hannah Kemp-Welch. They will explore representation and the production of new emerging cultures in cultural, communal and personal spaces today.

Headphones on a table

Rebellious Voices 2017 © Hannah Kemp-Welch

A woman holding flowers

Abondance Matanda © Bardha Krasniqi

Portraits of two men

Hamed Maiye

Where does culture happen? is part of TENT x Tate, a week-long project at Tate Modern exploring the communal and personal spaces where cultural production happens.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange

London SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

20 October 2017 at 19.00–20.00

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