Tate Modern Workshop

Testing, Testing, Testing

© Tate

Drop by, join in and explore alternative ways of taking up space at Tate

Open to all ages and abilities and led by both disabled and non-disabled artists, this event champions genuinely inclusive activities for everyone.

Young artists from Heart n Soul and Corali Dance Company will be joined by artist Judith Brocklehurst to test multiple ways of taking up space at Tate. Get involved in activities as you move between the floors of the Blavatnik Building.

This event will be supported by a British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreter.

On Level 3

Blavatnik Building, drop in 13.00-16.00

With artists from Do Your Own Thing you can go on an immersive journey inspired by the Olafur Eliasson: in real life exhibition and Tate’s collection. You can learn some dance moves for their silent disco or relax and unwind in their very own rain room.

On Level 4

Blavatnik Building, drop in 13.00-16.00

With youth company Kick Up you can make a dance inspired by the collection, draw your dance and then perform your movements back to the artwork. With artist Judith Brocklehurst you can explore the sound of making and materials.

Testing, Testing, Testing events are produced in partnership with Heart n Soul and generously supported by Daytrippers Charity.


photograph of members of Do Your Own Thing at Tate Modern

Do Your Own Thing, 2019 © Heart n Soul

Photograph of an installation by Judith Brocklehurst

Immersion Elements, 2019 © Judith Brocklehurst

Photograph of two adults and a child taking part in 'Testing testing testing' at Tate Modern

Testing Testing Testing Tate Modern, 2018. Photo © Tate (Jordan Anderson)

Biographies

Heart n Soul

Heart n Soul is an award-winning creative arts company and charity who believe in the talents and power of people with learning disabilities. Do Your Own Thing is their young people’s taking part group.

Daytrippers

Daytrippers is a UK charity supporting young people with special educational needs and disabilities to access culture and leisure activities.

Corali Dance Company

Corali Dance Company is a leader in dance-performance created by artists with learning disabilities. Their practice is made through a process of artistic collaboration and explores the relationship between performers with and without learning disabilities, between dance and other art forms, and between professional and participatory artwork. Kick Up is their youth group for young dancers ages 14-25.

Judith Brocklehurst

Judith Brocklehurst is an artist who works in many different social settings. Within these settings, she is interested in materials and the actions they suggest.​

Tate Modern

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

9 November 2019 at 13.00–16.00

Drop-in and open to all

This event will be photographed for Tate and our partners

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