Tate Modern Workshop

Movement! With Stance Podcast

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Join Stance Podcast for a night of sound, movement, and film paying tribute to the cultural heartbeat of London - its vibrant, eclectic people and stories

Stance will take you on an audio journey through a curated selection of the freshest music genres you need to know about and create a exciting night in praise of our heroes in sound, movement and culture, past and present.

In back to back sets, Mixcloud Founder DJ Sketchy, Emily Dust and Soho Radio’s DJ Beejoux will guide you from Indo-Caribbean Chutney music to South African Gqom to Desi Disco via the Nigerian underground. Artist Lotte Andersen will capture euphoric moving portraits in a live flash dance studio. Watch film screenings documenting the subcultures that raised Stance, including Daytimer by Riz Ahmed. Join Young Photographers London, to collaborate in the production of a Zine making workshop. Step back in the day into photographer Georgina Cook’s immersive Dubstep retrospective. A virtual playlist and Georgina’s iconic images will transport you to the seminal club nights, now gone, at FWD>> at Plastic People and DMZ at Mass. Check back with more to be announced.

    This event is programmed by Stance Podcast, a Tate Exchange Associate.

    About Stance Podcast

    Stance Podcast, named in Guardian’s ‘Best Podcasts 2017’, explores diverse, global perspectives in arts, culture and current affairs. Launched in January 2017, Stance is a monthly transatlantic conversation between journalists Chrystal Genesis in London and Heta Fell in San Francisco. Stance aims to inform, entertain and inspire action. Guests so far have ranged from award-winning documentary filmmakers, directors and actors, avant-garde artists, musicians, authors, politicians, virtual reality experts, world-renowned activists, philosophers and more. #StancePodcast @StancePodcast

    Tate Modern

    Tate Exchange

    Blavatnik Building, Level 5

    Bankside
    London SE1 9TG
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    Date & Time

    26 January 2018 at 18.00–22.00

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