How are we connected and how are we different? FREE events 30 May, 31 May & 1 June 12-5pm
As a Tate Exchange Associate we are delighted to be joining our partners Canterbury Christchurch University, University of Kent and Valleys Kids to explore the idea of the ‘other’ – asking how are we similar or different to each other and how can art be used to connect people?
Walls and fences are not the only means used to separate people and turn neighbours into strangers. Everyday life practices and routines often place people into opposing categories such as us/them, inside/outside, included/excluded, old/young, rich/poor.
Join us at Tate Exchange at Tate Modern for workshops, interactive displays and live art interventions which will interrogate the many complex ways in which we relate to otherness. Can we make connections and find what we have in common?
This event is programmed by Tate Exchange Associates Valleys Kids, Canterbury Christ Church University, People United and the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent.