18Apr
By: Sara Wookey On: April 18, 2018 In: Dance in Museums, TATE Comments: 0

I was recently witness to Anthea Hamilton’s “The Squash” at Tate Britain. The sign at the entry to the Duveen gallery warned me not to sit on or touch the tiled, elevated, “plinths” (holding small sculptures that went unnamed). I was somewhat confused by this as, when doing my...

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04May

As part of my TATE Learning Research Associate position and practice-based-research through the Centre for Dance Research at Coventry University, I have been running a series of once-a-week morning movement practices at TATE Modern. In the early part of this year I spoke with Emily Pringle, Head of Learning...

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