Explore the spaces around Tate Modern and Bankside through a series of public artworks.
Tate Collective Producers have invited five young and emerging artists to produce artworks in the Bankside neighbourhood to help people reconnect with the world, art and our galleries. These works invite you to play, rest, think and explore our community individually and collectively. Beyond Boundaries promotes wellbeing, a sense of hope and a feeling of renewal.
This project is curatorially led by Tate Young People's Programme.
Zeinab Saleh, Tunes for your head top
Location: Canvey Street
Full address: 110 Southwark St, London SE1 0SU
Megan Visser, Gastro Gusto
Location: Southwark Street
Full address: 90 Southwark St, London SE1 0HX
Koby Martin, Spotlight Dreams and Broken Renovations
Location: St. Felix Place
Full address: St. Felix Place, 45 Southwark St, London SE1 9HP
Hannah Hill, He(art) is Everywhere
Location: Great Suffolk Street
Full address: 158 Great Suffolk St, London SE1 1PE & 199 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 0ED
Blk Moody Boi, Safely Trans Outside
Location: Gambia Street
Full address: 14 Gambia St, London SE1 0XH
Zeinab Saleh (she/her) is a London-based artist whose interdisciplinary practice takes the form of painting, drawing and video. She invites passersby to reflect on the role that music and creativity plays in our daily lives, especially during lockdown.
Megan Visser (she/her) is a multi-disciplinary artist specialising in short video and sculpture. In her artwork she reflects on the ability of food to bring people together.
Koby Martin (he/him) is a proud export of Ghana and has nurtured his talent in the UK. Koby's work explores the history of performance, theatre and music of the area.
Hannah Hill (she/they) is a London based illustrative artist specialising in hand embroidery. Hannah pays homage to the area and the people who live there through a series of motifs inspired by shared stories.
Blkmoodyboi (they/them) is a Non-binary Trans Afro-Indigenous Latinx self taught illustrator. They centre Black and Brown trans people in their art. Blk Moody Boi asks “what does it mean to be safe outside?” by sharing a message of solidarity. They also reflect on the experience of communities that must consider how they move in a space.
- All artworks are on normal pedestrian routes
- Please note the terrain directly in front of To Be Safely Trans Outside is cobbled
Painted productions have been produced by the artist team Absolutely Studio. Floor artwork produced by FM Conway.
Tate Collective is supported by Jean and Melanie Salata with additional support from Garfield Weston Foundation, The Rothschild Foundation, and Tate Patrons.