Events

UNIQLO TATE LATES: SEPTEMBER

Tate Modern London Greater London

Friday, September 28 2018 from 07:00 pm to 11:00 pm

This month we’re taking inspiration from Christian Marclay’s The Clock – a 24-hour long film montage, edited together to show the actual time. Read more on the display, opening 14 September: http://bit.ly/2NHSMhU

EVENING PROGRAMME:

MUSIC 

PROGRAMMED BY NTS RADIO
Souvenir Crew, Sendspaace and Cherrystones play the Level 1 Bridge plus catch Gribs, Mi Ki Mak and Mobbs in the Terrace Bar until 23.00.

AUDIO-VISUAL

OWED TO SUSPENSION
Artist and composer Hannah Catherine Jones performs the audio-visual piece ‘Owed to Suspension’, preceded by a screening of N-Prolenta’s film ‘The Orthogonal Turn’. Presented by NTS Radio.
(Requires a free ticket, available on the day on a first come, first served basis)

POETRY

APPLES AND SNAKES PRESENT: JACOB SAM-LA ROSE
Join poet Jacob Sam-La Rose reading from his poetry collection, ‘Breaking Silence’. He’ll explore themes of manhood and masculinity, and how these intersect with race, dual heritage and identity.
(Requires a free ticket, available on the day on a first come, first served basis)

FILM

REDUX PROJECT 
Watch films from Richard DeDomenici’s ‘Redux Project’ series, his attempt to disrupt the cinema industry by making counterfeit sections of popular films. Expect low budget, site-specific, shot-for-shot movie remakes in London locations.

TALKS/DISCUSSIONS

THE SAMPLING SCENE
Join this series of short talks to explore how artists use sampling in the digital age, accompanied by DJ sets. Programmed in collaboration with Art UK.

18.45–19.15: TABLOID ART HISTORY
Join Tabloid Art History’s Chloe Esslemont, Elise Bell and Mayanne Soret in discussion with Art UK’s Social Media Marketer, Ferren Gipson. Hear about how Tabloid Art History blend pop culture and art history to democratise art.

19.30–20.00: SHIVA FESHAREKI & CHAL RAVENS
Hear from composer and turntablist Shiva Feshareki, in conversation with writer and radio host Chal Ravens, about how she uses sampling techniques to create complex live compositions.

20.15–20.45: SAM SMITH
Hear from artist Sam Smith about the use of sampling in his computer desktop video performances where video footage is combined live with sound and text. He’ll chat through recent works 'E.1027', 'NOTES' and 'Slow Fragmentation'.

21.00–21.30: ART IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Hear more about how Internet Archive and Wikimedia UK enable open access to information and connect artists with digital archives. Join Amir Saber Esfahani, Director of Internet Archive’s Artist in Residence programme and Daria Cybulska, Head of Programmes and Evaluation at Wikimedia in conversation with Ferren Gipson.

ARTS CANTEEN: SAM’S SALOON
Hungry? Feed your mind and body in our arts canteen hosted by Sam Ayre. Drop in to share your ideas with other visitors, form opinions and delve into philosophy over food and drinks.

COLLECTION CONVERSATION
Got an opinion about the art in Tate Modern? Join lively conversations around key artworks.

UNIQLO 10 MINUTE ART TALKS
Look out for staff and volunteers from across Tate, who will be sharing their personal insights into works from the collection in just 10 minutes each.

WORKSHOP

VINYL RECORD LOUNGE
Be inspired by vinyl record covers and have a go at making your own record cover in our drop-in collage workshop. Plus HUB16 founder Samantha will be running DJ demos at 19.00, 20.00 and 21.00 for you to brush up on DJ techniques.

EXHIBITIONS

SHAPE OF LIGHT
See Shape of Light, Tate Modern's major exhibition exploring the relationship between photography and abstract art, for £10 between 18.00–20.30.
16-25? Register for Tate Collective to see it for just £5.

CHRISTIAN MARCLAY: THE CLOCK
Visitors can watch The Clock at Tate Modern from 14 September. Please be aware that there may be significant waiting times on the night of the late due to limited capacity and the length of the film, but the free display runs until 20 January 2019. Admission during normal gallery hours is on a first-come, first-served basis for all visitors, including Tate Members. For those in need of special assistance please call in advance on +44 (0)20 7887 8888

For more info on Tate Lates, visit: http://bit.ly/2CelVjo
To join Tate Collective, visit: http://bit.ly/2CejAVI