Lakwena Maciver

21:46 - 31:24 mins
UNIQLO TATE LATES: NIGHT INFriday 29 May 19.00–21.00 BST
 

While Tate galleries are closed Uniqlo Tate Lates: Night In will be streaming an artist-led programme on Friday 29 May from 19.00–21.00 BST.

 

STREAM 1

Artist talks and workshops

 

19.00, Introduction from Gemma Cairney

 

19.05, Talk: Kara Walker and Frances Morris

Artist Kara Walker speaks to Tate Modern’s Director Frances Morris about the Hyundai Commission: Kara Walker: Fons Americanus which, during Tate Modern’s closure, remains in the Turbine Hall.

 

19.25, Create statement artworks with Lakwena   (starts 21:46 - ends 31:24 mins)

London artist Lakwena shares her work and process and shows how to create an artwork in your home to make a space of resistance, protection and healing.
You can use a mixture of materials you might have at hand, including paint, pencils, pens, paper, cardboard, glue, scissors and tape.

 

19.45, Talk: Wolfgang Tillmans and Frances Morris

How are artists responding to the pandemic? Hear from Berlin-based Wolfgang Tillmans in conversation with Tate Modern’s Director, Frances Morris on his current 2020 Solidarity project.

 

20.05, DIY Zines with RIOT SOUP Collective

Join Asma and Salma Istwani from RIOT SOUP to learn how to make a DIY zine that can archive and capture your experiences during this time.
You can use a mixture of materials you might have at hand, including pencils, pens, paper, magazines, newspaper, glue, scissors and tape.

 

20.20, Talk: Anna Farley and Hamja Ahsan

Hear from Tate Exchange artists Anna Farley and Hamja Ahsan on making art in isolation. See their makeshift studios, the work they have been producing in quarantine and hear how the current situation has impacted those from the neurodiverse community.

 

20.40–21.00, Meditation with Sanchia Legister

End the evening with a calming, guided meditation from Sanchia Legister who will be using instructions from Yoko Ono’s 1964 book Grapefruit as inspiration.

 

 

STREAM 2

Music, film and spoken word

 

19.00, Introduction from Gemma Cairney

 

19.05, Online gallery

To celebrate Tate Modern’s 20th birthday, we invited you to share memories of Tate Modern on Instagram. See the photographic results from our open call.

 

19.20, Poems for a lockdown with Raymond Antrobus and Anthony Anaxagorou

Hear from poets Raymond Antrobus and Anthony Anaxagorou as they select poems to read which inspire, provoke, console and rebuke.

 

19.40, Video: Meriem Bennani and Orian Barki, 2 Lizards

Watch a series of highly original short animations by Meriem Bennani and Orian Barki, made in response to the pandemic.

2 Lizards captures how moods and behaviours have shifted over the last two months. Reptile protagonists move between lightheartedness, paranoia and nonchalance in equally nuanced, enticing and resonant ways.

warning: includes adult language and the final episode contains flashing lights.

 

20.00–21.00, Music programmed by NTS Radio: Floating Points with visuals from Wolfgang Tillmans

Listen to music from Floating Points alongside visuals created by Wolfgang Tillmans in this special collaboration.

warning: contains flashing lights