Tate St Ives Exhibition

Chaos, Connections and Collaboration

purple, blue and yellow kaleidoscope-like image

Forester Moth Mandala by Katie, Tate Collective Producer and Photographer

Discover a showcase of work by our Tate Collective Producers

The Tate Collective Producers worked with artists Saelia Aparicio, Georgia Gendall and the Tate St Ives Young People’s Team in Autumn 2020 to experiment, collaborate and create artworks in response to Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors.

Tate Collective invite audiences to get involved by sharing their own ideas of What Chaos looks like, and the exhibition also includes a free takeaway publication created by students from Falmouth School of Art at Falmouth University, as part of a three year partnership. The publication, A Sense of Place explores their creative journeys during lockdown, and questions what it means to have a ‘sense of place’ at a time of global crisis.

Tate St Ives

Porthmeor Beach
St Ives
Cornwall TR26 1TG
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17 May – 22 August 2021