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

TUESDAY     WEDNESDAY     THURSDAY     FRIDAY     SATURDAY     SUNDAY

Thursday 16 March

The Who Are We? Project will run 12:00 - 18:00, with scheduled Workshops, Seminars, Learning Labs and Exchanges indicated.

 

Beyond the Babble: Lucia Scazzocchio

Participatory audio focused installation, exploring questions of identity and belonging.

Citizen Sense: Antti Tenetz & Jennifer Gabrys

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

Dialogues Across Borders: Elena Boukouvala, Knut Bry & Marie Gillespie

Exploring methodologies of trans-border networking and the cultural alliances developed through shared play and co-creation.

From a Distance: Behjat Omer Abdulla

Drawing the complexity of migration stories following time spent with residents at the Restad Gård 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 (Terrace, Tate Switch Building)

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

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. 

 

Seminar

Peopling Europe Through Data: ARITHMUS

12:00 - 18:00

How are the people of ‘Europe’ enumerated, classified, narrated, delimited, quantified, talked about, territorialised, visualized and imagined into being as knowable...

 

Workshop

Tracing, Tracing 2.0 and Citizen Sensing - Antti Tenetz and Jennifer Gabrys

12:00 - 4:00 pm

A workshop engaging with Tracing and Tracing 2.0 materials developed by artist Antti Tenetz in collaboration with the Citizen Sense research group...focusing on the movements of the European eel, an organism that makes its migrations through the River Thames, across Europe, and to the Sargasso Sea. 

 
Counterpoints Arts
Counterpoints Arts