Tate Modern Lates – Open Workshops
As part of Tate Modern’s Lates programme, Candoco Dance Company has been invited to give two open movement workshops for disabled and non-disabled participants in the prestigious setting of the Trisha Brown Set and Reset installation in the South Tank. The workshops will be led by company dancer Joel Brown and Rehearsal Director Sophie Arstall and will explore the principals of Trisha Brown’s iconic choreography Set and Re-Set.
Candoco re-imagined this seminal work to create their own version Set and Reset / Reset in collaboration with Trisha Brown Dance Company which they performed in March under the original Rauschenberg sculptural stage set. Candoco performed this work at the Tate in March, as part of the Trisha Brown Set and Reset installation.
This workshop is open to anyone who wishes to move and experience Candoco’s inclusive dance practice.
To book a place, please email Georgia Kingsman with your prefered time (7pm 0r 8.30pm) and any access requirements – email@example.com
Attendees of this Tate Late will also be able to see our recent film collaboration with Jo Bannon. Feeling Thing invites us to pay attention to the objects around us and experience them as the dancing, feeling things they are.
This screening will be followed by a panel discussion with the artist Jo Bannon, our Artistic Director Charlotte Darbyshire and company dancer Ihsaan de Banya, hosted by Tamsin Hong, Assistant Curator of International Art at Tate. The talk will be BSL interpreted.
To see the full programme including exhibitions, performances, screenings and talks, visit tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/tate-modern-lates