Who Are We? Project
Who Are We? Project
14 - 19 March Tate Exchange
 

TUESDAY     WEDNESDAY     THURSDAY     FRIDAY     SATURDAY     SUNDAY

Friday 17 March

The Who Are We? Project will run 12:00 - 20:00, with scheduled Workshops, Seminars, Learning Labs and Exchanges indicated.

 

Citizen Sense: Antti Tenetz & Jennifer Gabrys

Spanning the Arctic to London to recreate migrations and movement data across humans and nonhumans.

From a Distance: Behjat Omer Abdulla

Drawing the complexity of migration stories following time spent  with residents at the Restad Gard Refugee Camp in Sweden.

How Do We Know Who We Are?: Dawid Górny & Evelyn Ruppert

An invitation to interactively explore our relations to digital data and challenge static concepts of Europe as a collection of nations.

Refugees Welcome: Alketa Xhafa Mripa

A mobile installation/agitprop comprising a Luton tail lift van - representing a potent symbol of refugees crossing borders. 

The New Union Flag Project: Gil Mualem-Doron

A proposal for an alternative flag for the UK via agitprop to installation,  participatory photoshoots, conversations and workshops.

Trigger Warning: There There

Participatory installation that merges traditional games from English village fêtes with the xenophobia of the media's anti-immigrant, and specifically anti-Eastern European rhetoric.

Shed your Fears: Richard DeDomenici

A non-denominational, non-hierarchical booth, into which two people from different backgrounds get to confess their fears to each other. 

 

Ticketed Event

Seminar and Screening

Stuart Hall Foundation: ‘Who do you think you are? Culture, identity and the contemporary art museum’ Okwui Enwezor, Francesco Manacorda, Marta Gili

14:30 - 16:30

How contemporary art institutions shape our sense of identity and belonging at a time of political and social turbulence.

The Stuart Hall Project (John Akomfrah, 2013) 

16:50 - 18:30

A filmic portrayal of the life of Stuart Hall, the founding figure of cultural studies who has had a resounding and ongoing influence on British intellectual and cultural life. 

Film + post-screening conversation