Tate Liverpool: We Are Invisible We Are Visible: 25% Rectification
Venue: Tate Liverpool
Time(s): 10:00 - 17:00
WE ARE INVISIBLE WE ARE VISIBLE
2 JULY 2022 AT 10.00–17.50
See artist Alistair Gentry as he creates work in the galleries using reproductions of artworks from the Tate Collection
Artist Alistair Gentry will be creating work in the galleries at Tate Liverpool using reproductions of artworks from the Tate Collection. His paintings explore the disabled people who are absent in the canon of western art. Come and watch the process in action. Alistair’s intervention is part of We Are Invisible We Are Visible.
ABOUT WE ARE INVISIBLE WE ARE VISIBLE
This work is part of We Are Invisible We Are Visible which marks the 102nd anniversary of the 1st International Dada Exhibition. Thirty-one d/Deaf, Disabled and Neurodivergent artists are staging interventions at thirty museums and galleries across the UK. Dada was an art movement formed in response to the horror and recklessness of the First World War.
We Are Invisible We Are Visible channels the defiant and absurdist spirit of the Dada movement, purposefully provoking visitors to reflect on the societal barriers that continue to restrict and exclude disabled people today.
Tate Liverpool is located on the Royal Albert Dock Liverpool. There is level access to the gallery through the main revolving doors and two side doors.