1 December, 1.30–5pm, 5 December, 1.30–5pm, 8 December, 1–4pm, 8 December 4–5.30pm
Tate Exchange, Level 5, Blavatnik Building at Tate Modern, London
Spike Associates Warren and Mosley present Days of Action, a new series of works at Tate Exchange. Join them to use tools of civic resistance to explore the power of collective action and the architecture of Tate Modern. How does it affect our behaviour, and how can it be a force for social possibility?
Solidarity Line creates a moving 'border' of human bodies that navigates its way through Tate Modern.
What is the Building Calling for? uses the ‘People’s Microphone’, a technique of amplifying a speaker’s voice by repeating the words through other voices at the limit of earshot, to explore the building and address it directly.
The first session is open to all, with following sessions open to the public to observe. Join them on the final day for a discussion led by Dr Bernadette Buckley, Convenor of MA Art and Politics at Goldsmiths. Everyone is welcome.