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Category Archives: Tate Summer School
There was no Wednesday. Well, there was, of course, but I wasn’t at it. I had to go to a meeting in Manchester so I couldn’t be in both places at once. Having to miss a day of field work, … Continue reading
Over the last week I’ve posted every day about the ethnographic research I was doing at the Tate Summer School, research carried out with the Tate Schools and Teachers team. Why? Why did I interrupt my normal flow of writing … Continue reading
Saturday 25th Wrapping up and consolidating? Well yes and no. There was still new stuff happening at Summer School. There were intensive periods of making in the morning and afternoon. Participants made GIFs and zines. Barby and Teresa enlisted the … Continue reading
Friday 24th. Today we focused on the question “How can the archive be reflected on, remixed and redefined?” We were assisted in thinking about this question by Gary Stewart, an artist who works with experimental sound installations and performances. Gary … Continue reading
Thursday 23rd Today intensified the Summer School focus on ‘the archive’ and its means of production, in particular, questions of selection and layers of access. There was also a concurrent line of inquiry and activity around collaboration and documentation. We … Continue reading
Wednesday 22nd Our overnight selfies arrived at Tate today before we did. By the time we walked into the Clore studio they had already been put into a slide show. When the workshop began we were introduced to the photographer … Continue reading