Tate Modern Workshop

Space Moves With Chelsea College of Arts

Join workshops, discussions, performances and more exploring how spaces and places shape and are shaped by movement

Space Moves is an interactive exhibition that showcases work produced by 100 second year Interior and Spatial Design students from the University of the Arts London.

For their third year as Tate Exchange Associates, they have integrated the course curriculum with the Tate Exchange theme of Movement. Students will explore different kinds of movement, from migration of bodies to performance, to mobile structures engaging time, body, and space.

Drop in to discuss and contribute to this work in progress, join us to play games and make your own mobile garden, explore the space of Tate Exchange through performance, and help us create an urban archive of movement. Participate in the debate on how spaces and places shape and are shaped by movement.

About Interior and Spatial Design, Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London

Interior and Spatial Design, University of the Arts London, is one of the largest and most established programmes of its type in the UK. It is distinguished by an experimental and interdisciplinary approach rooted in an ‘art-school’ context of creativity, research and experimentation. Students work with existing buildings and spaces, looking at how they can receive new forms of habitation and how they can offer both pleasure and commodity for users. The programme aims to expand the understanding of design and the manipulation of the material world, and to challenge our human engagement with it.

Tate Modern

Tate Exchange

Blavatnik Building, Level 5

London SE1 9TG
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22–24 January 2019

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