Get involved in creating with clay, while uncovering and exploring themes affecting our city’s foundations

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The People’s Bureau shopping cart takes residence in Tate Exchange between January and April 2017. A space for the exchange of skills and needs, artists Eva Sajovic and Rebecca Davies invite you to take part in their workshop series UNEARTHING.

The project begins outside Tate Exchange in the weeks before in collaboration with artist Shane Waltener – digging up the clay and drying it. In Tate Exchange you can join the project and get involved in creating a collective piece that will be shared as part of a live sound performance.

The collaborative workshops aim to encourage dialogue around issues currently affecting our cities and communities, as they unearth ideas and thoughts on a series of provocations:

  • 25 January: Public/private space and the right to the city
  • 4 March: Spatial Justice
  • 8 March: Restoring the social bond through communal activity & our voices
  • 31 March: Participation as a tool for community/agency/authorship and ‘Place as Muse’, the ethics of working with community

 This event is programmed by People’s Bureau, a Tate Exchange Associate.

VENUE

Tate Exchange   

Switch House, Level 5

Tate Modern 

Bankside

London SE1 9TG

Plan your visit

DATES                                                                       

25 January 2017 at 12.00–18.00     

PLASTER MOULDING AND CLAY DECISION MAKING 

Embroidery bunting making.


4 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00

MODELLING AND SHAPING THE CLAY

Round table discussion themed Spatial Justice;

Tea trolley dancing.


8 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00

MODELLING AND SHAPING THE CLAY

Bring items to be mended and fixed.


31 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00

BURNISHING THE CLAYWARE

VENUE - off site

Stave Hill Ecological Park

Timber Pond Rd

London SE16 6AX


DATES

DATES:
8 February 2017

DIGGING FOR CLAY

12 March 2017  

DIGGING A PIT FOR FIRING THE CLAY

13 March  

FIRING THE CLAY   

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