At Tate Modern

Making Connections, Home/Belonging/Coexistence, Tate Modern, London - 2016

A five-day project at Tate Modern, London.

A group of young refugees and a group of young UK Students met over five days to explore collective ideas of Home, Belonging and Coexistence. The students participated in a conveyor belt-style sculpture factory, using recycled materials found in Tate Modern’s vicinity. The group designed several stalls and took the finished sculptures around the galleries, where they were exchanged for stories form gallery visitors.

The project was a collaboration between Tate Modern, Red Cross UK and Alton College Tate’s BP Art Exchange programme.

Tate Modern KUVERUM Workshop with Albert Potrony