Uniqlo Tate Lates
30 June 2017 | 18.00 – 22.00
June’s Uniqlo Tate Late celebrates Tate’s international collection and London as an international city. Responding to Cildo Meireles’s Babel, the event explores the diversity of human language, communication and voice. Enjoy a rich mix of music, workshops, talks, film and street food.
- Sound Map: Explore the ingredients of communication and consider the world map through language and listening with sound artists Hannah Kemp-Welch and Lisa Hall.
- Music & visuals programmed by NTS Radio: See DJs Carla Dal Forno and Gary The Tall (The Reign Set) in the Turbine Hall. See DJs Ikura Imprint and Hipsters Don’t Dance in the Terrace Bar until 23.00.
- Signing Café: There are 50,000 deaf people in the UK using British Sign Language. Want to learn how to sign? Drop-in to the Signing Café to learn some basic phrases and words.
- The New Union Flag Project: Question identity, migration and citizenship through symbolic imagery and design your own diversity flag with artist Gil Mualem-Doron.
- The Power of Babble: Contribute your thoughts and ideas to a live soundscape, mixed and blended into a wall of sound by DJ and Sound Designer Bill Robin.
- Pop Up Choir: Join a pop-up choir for the night to unite through voice and language and learn sounds, songs and harmonies from around the world.
- Local London: Celebrate the rich diversity of the city with South London collective BORN N BREAD. Share what you love about London and pin your home to a London map.
- Film Display: Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Daria Martin, Joan Jonas: Watch a selection of short films from the Tate Collection, exploring relationships between on-screen performers and audiences. Include Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s I’m Still Breathing, Daria Martin’s In the Palace and Joan Jonas’s Songdelay.
- Uniqlo 10 Minute Art Talks: Staff and volunteers from across Tate share their personal insights into selected works from the collection.
- Collection Conversation: Got an opinion about the art in Tate Modern? Our visitor experience teams will lead three lively rounds of conversation around key artworks from the collection.