Late at Tate Britain: Nostalgia, 3 May 2019
A night exploring nostalgia inspired by the photography of Joanna Piotrowska
What makes you feel nostalgic? Looking at old photos? Thinking about your childhood? Hearing a long lost song? What kind of things trigger your most deepest memories?
In response to Art Now: Joanna Piotrowska: All Our False Devices, which explores domestic spaces and childhood, the Tate Collective Producers and Omni Culture ask you to immerse yourself in the feeling of nostalgia.
A mix of performance, music and film throughout the night exploring memories, daydreams and love stories. With DJ’s Purple Hvze and A-Raw, live music from Studio 32 Oke, a live drawing participatory performance with artist Emmanuel Unaji and a film screening called Time Flies in Oakland.
Henry Moore Room
18.00 - 21.00
Join this cut and stick workshop to explore how media can trigger nostalgia in your own throwback mood-board.
Make Your Own Throwback Sticker Pack!
Taylor Digital Studio
18.00 – 21.00
Join The Body Recovery Unit in using social media hashtags to collage your own throwback sticker pack or gif catapulting you back into childhood nostalgia.
Old School Games
A throwback experience where you can play with giant versions of classic childhood games.
Tate Collective Producer x OMNI Culture Showcase
19.00 – 21.30
A projection display of a variety of works which represent nostalgia for people aged 15-25 from different backgrounds.
Show and Tell: Woman With a Camera
Library and Archive Reading Rooms
18.00–21.00, talk 18.30 – 19.00
A display focusing on photography in the Tate Archive from the collections of women artists with a talk from photographer Anne-Katrin Purkiss about her experiences photographing artists and their studios
18.00 – 21.30
A short film produced by OMNI Culture exploring different mementos that trigger nostalgia.
Reprezent Radio Presents …
Outside Djanogly Café
18.00 – 21.30
Join the voice of young London represent radio and special guests for the sound of the underground.
Joanna Piotrowska in conversation
Art Now Space
19.00 – 20.00
This Late at Tate is in response to the current Art Now exhibition by Joanna Piotrowska. Join us for a conversation with Joanna to find out more about her practice.
About Omni Culture
A multi-disciplinary collective where individuals of different practices collaborate and exhibit their work. They establish a support system to their members by cultivating their skills as creatives.