Late At Tate - Tate Britain

A sea of youngsters snaked in ques around the Tate Britian on Friday evening for the latest iteration of Late at Tate. October’s installment of the monthly exhibition held a focus on ‘Power’ and tackling its ideals through art.

This season was curated by 15-25 year olds from Tate Collective London; who had invited an assortment of artists to express their ideas and interpretations on whether art is powerful or power can instead be found in art. 

Amongst those present was illustrator Nate Kitch; interactive media artists Jae Huh and Ronin Cho, rap group Age of L.U.N.A and spoken word artist Kojey Radical amongst others.

Interactive media artists Jae Huh and Ronin Cho provided an innovative digital commission in the Octagon.

Spoken word artist Kojey Radical debuted the visuals to his piece ‘Open Hand’ in the Taylor Digital Studio.

In the North Duveens, Age of L.U.N.A hosted a Q&A before delivering a stellar performance.


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