DASH at Tate Late
DATE & TIME
29 July 2022 at 18.00–22.00
Visit Tate Modern Lates for the full programme including:
Workshop: Are You Comfortable Yet? with Anahita Harding
Location: Blavatnik Building, Level 2Are you comfortable yet? Artist Anahita Harding invites you to respond through written text, poetry or visual motifs. Your response will be shared and performed by invited guests throughout the night. All performances will be BSL interpreted.
18.30: CRIPtic, Nina Thomas (recordings)
19.45: Lisa Kelly
20.30: Shaun Shears
21.15: Sam Castell-WardDigital
Display: DASH– We Are Invisible We Are Visible
Location: Blavatnik Building, Level 4
Time: 18.00–21.30This month, 31 artists with disabilities set out to disrupt 30 locations with surreal interventions alongside the 102nd anniversary of the first DaDa International Exhibition. See the results of their work from We are invisible We are Visible.
Talks: Art Chats
19.00–19.30 Artist Davey Jose discusses how he explores his spinal injury in his work, hosted by his younger brother, presenter and teacher Bobby Seagull.
20.00–20.30 Artists Leah Clements and Amanda Lynch speak to Helen O’Malley, Producer of Community Programmes at Tate, about institutional change and artistic access in the cultural sector.
21.00–21.30 Meet artists Poppy Nash and Christopher Samuel for a discussion hosted by Senior Creative Producer, Liat RosenthalAll talks will be BSL interpreted.
*Please note each talk requires a free ticket, available to collect from the Level 0 ticket desk, on a first-come, first-served basis from 18.30.
Performance: Christina Lovey – Rhythmicity Me
Location: Natalie Bell Building
18.00–18.45, Level 2 inside In the Studio rooms 8 and 11
19.00–19.45, Level 4 inside Media Networks rooms 6 and 12
20.00–20.45, Level 4 inside Materials and Objects rooms 5 and 9
21.00–21.15, Level 2 inside In the Studio room 2
In Rhythmicity Me, Christina Lovey uses rhythm tap to create sounds and vibrations that respond to artworks across the galleries. Here she shares her experience of processing data through rhythmic actions with viewers and the space.