Late at Tate Britain

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Late at Tate Britain
© Saira Awan of SAI Photography

This Late at Tate invites audiences to examine visual codes, subculture and power through the lens of British art. Expect a hair-based performance from Harold Offeh, a sound and images installation from Miles Aldridge, drop-in selfie sessions and a music and discussion event on 'Street Level Semiotics'. You are invited to take snaps of your or your parents' youth style for Nina Manandhar's 'What We Wore' project – a photographic history of British style. You'll get a high-res scan of the image and it will be considered for inclusion in an upcoming book. The current Tate Britain displays will be explored to investigate influence and cultural codes through a series of performances and gallery interventions.

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