As part of Ten Days Six Nights, Fred Moten and Wu Tsang will present their sculptural installation and performance Gravitational Feel (2016). In the work Moten and Tsang use fabric and sound to produce a series of “chance events” as an experiment in blurring, as well as to consider the social and physical significance of touch and voice, as well as questions of space and time in matter.
The work will be accompanied on the evening by presentations of work by Min Tanaka, Isabel Lewis, Paul Maheke, and Daïchi Saïto. To book tickets for the programme, please follow this link.
Ten Days Six Nights is curated by Catherine Wood and Andrea Lissoni, with Isabella Maidment and Carly Whitefield. Situated in Tate Modern’s the Tanks, the first BMW Tate Live Exhibition brings together artists that have been invited to stage work that extends a form of hospitality or community, to other artists and visitors alike. Full details of the programme are available here.
Fred Moten and Wu Tsang’s collaborative project is commissioned and produced as part of Corpus, network for performance practice. Corpus is made up of Bulegoa z/b (Bilbao), CAC (Vilnius), KW (Berlin), If I Can’t Dance (Amsterdam), Playground (STUK & M, Leuven) and Tate Modern (London). It is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.