For one day only, the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern will be transformed into a hub of audio-visual excitement with a jam-packed programme of installations, performances and activities that are free for all. Highlights include a participatory project which invites the public to submit photographs or bring along objects on the day that define their style and represent their culture. Elsewhere, Felix's Machines will be creating a multi-sensory experience using movement, music and light, and sound artist Yuri Suzuki will be setting up a record shop where his selection of 7" singles are all made from cardboard and paper. A pop-up cafe from Hunt & Darton which seamlessly blends art, performance and great grub is not to be missed, and be sure to pop into the zine making workshop led by OOMK where visitors are encouraged to imagine their own future city through collage. A series of films will be screened as part of a collaboration with London Short Film Festival and DJs, poets and musician perform across the day. The festival is sponsored by Hyundai who signed a long-term partnership with the institution last year. Following the festival, a series of site-specific installations by contemporary artist will fill the space from autumn 2015.