December 7, 2016
In a moment of global movement, connection and dis-connection of people across national borders, we ask who are ‘we’? Who gets to decide?
We are excited to announce:
Who are We? – a week long programme of artist-led workshops, debate, drop in activity and lively disruption, asking what it means to belong – across and within borders.
Spanning the visual arts, film and photography, design and architecture, the spoken and written word, live art and music, the programme creates a space for collaboration and encounter. Groups often kept apart by binaries – migrants versus ‘natives’, artists versus audiences, activists versus artists, academics versus artists, and experts versus public – come together to interrogate their ways of relating to each other.
Taking place at the Tate Modern, Switch House from 14th to 19th March 2017
Programmed by Tate Exchange Associates: Counterpoints Arts, Loughborough University, The Open University, University of Warwick