Tate Exchange, Tate Liverpool: WORLD LITERATURE CONSTELLATION
Venue: Tate Liverpool
Times: 11:00 - 16:00
WORLD LITERATURE CONSTELLATION
Wednesday 11 January 2017
How does narrative affect the experience of art? Can literary writing help to rethink curatorial practice? How does the world enter the enclosed space of the art gallery? These questions will be at the heart of World Literature Constellation, a student symposium featuring work from Liverpool John Moores University students. Beginning with introductions to selected artwork from Tate Liverpool’s collection display Constellations: Highlights from the Nation’s Collection of Modern Art, students will suggest creative connections between the Tate collection and world literature. Poems, novels, short stories and essays will produce a new narrative and open up the borders of the gallery to a multitude of voices.
Programmed in association with Liverpool John Moores University and presented by the School of Humanities and Social Science.
About Tate Exchange
From 26 November, visitors can enjoy a free programme of participatory workshops, performances and debates as part of Tate Exchange Liverpool. The programme takes place in a unique space at the heart of Tate Liverpool’s collection display Constellations: Highlights from the Nation’s Collection of Modern Art on the first floor galleries.