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

TUESDAY     WEDNESDAY     THURSDAY     FRIDAY     SATURDAY     SUNDAY

Wednesday 15 March

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

 

 

Citizen Sense: Antti Tenetz & Jennifer Gabrys

An installation spanning the Arctic to London to recreate movements and movement data across humans and nonhumans.

Citizenshop: Nele Vos

Exploring the multidimensional means of citizenship in a neoliberal world.

Dead Reckoning: Bern O'Donoghue

Bearing witness to the thousands of migrants and refugees who have died and continue to die whilst attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea.

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.

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.

Outside the Box: Laura Sorvala

Drawing on acts of solidarity and kindness that individuals have experienced in their everyday life.

Weight: Ania Bas and Season Butler

An invitation to immerse yourself in 24 objects ranging from cheese and sausage to TV and online platforms that apparently define the divided nation.

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

Thinking and Feeling Migration Differently: Dead Reckoning and Crossing the Med

12:00 - 14:00

Exploring  the affective and conceptual power of artistic creativity, dialogue, and story-sharing in opening up new ways for ‘host’ communities to relate to people on the move in precarious situations...

 

Seminar

On a Wing and a Prayer: Alia Syed

14:30 - 18:00

Reflecting on the role of the law in constituting citizens and migrants as well as the different spaces and journeys informing migrations, mobilities and immobilities.

Everyday Solidarities

15:00 -16:00

Conversation between Laura Sorvala about her 'Outside the box' with Alena Pfoser (Loughborough University), Lisa Pilgram (The Open University) ...about the everyday stories that are documented in the piece. 

 

 

 
Counterpoints Arts
Counterpoints Arts