Join The AF as we contribute to Late at Tate Britain: Performing Architecture, a night of talks, performance, sound and film, this Friday 1 February, 6-10pm.
As the Tate Britain continues in its current phase of spatial and structural transformation, the evening will offer a playful journey through the gallery, exploring how architectural and art practices can re-present how our physical bodies interact with built form.
Drawing upon our celebrated Architecture on Film series, The AF has curated a selection of films by Gordon Matta-Clark, Sean Snyder, Doug Aitken, Absalon and Thomas Lock, exploring buildings as performing objects and materials for creative transformation.
Plus The AF's Curator of Public Programme, Justin Jaeckle, will host past Sounding Space participants Emptyset in conversation, to discuss their exploration of architecture as fluid space through sound and moving image, and the unveiling of their new audiovisual work Emptyset: Trawsfynydd.
Visit the Tate website for further event details.
Image: Doug Aitken, House, 2010, Single channel video, 8:36 min, courtesy 303 Gallery, New York