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Written by admin. Posted on 23/03/2012.
Tate à Tate is a site-specific sound artwork themed around the issue of BP sponsorship of Tate presented by Platform and Liberate Tate. Tate à Tate is created by Ansuman Biswas (Tate Britain), Isa Suarez, Mae Martin and Mark McGowan (Tate Boat) and Phil England and Jim Welton (Tate Modern).
Written by admin. Posted on 20/04/2011.
Another superb intervention entitled ‘Human Cost’ by Liberate Tate at Tate Britain on the 1st anniversary of the Gulf of Mexico disaster, this is from the press release: “On the same day, 166 people who work in the arts published a letter in the Guardian calling on Tate to end its sponsorship relationship with BP. [...]
Written by admin. Posted on 05/11/2010.
Art activists under the umbrella name Liberate Tate–including Signs of Revolt exhibitors The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination–have been hard at work this year trying to end the Tate’s sponsorship by Oil company BP. In May during the 10th Birthday celebrations they entered the Turbine Hall of Tate Modern and launched dozens of giant black helium [...]