Live Archive Event, Tate Britain

Live Archive Event
Tate Britain, Friday 14th November 6.30 – 8.30pm

Intoart presents Live Archive: An opportunity to engage with Intoart’s research and archive processes.

Intoart’s Archive Space is now functioning as a working archive and we are proud to have archived over 1500 artworks to date and accompanying research.

Following on from our first Live Archive event at Tate in 2013, we will be presenting the archive through two new films, artist presentations and opportunities to engage with elements of the archive first-hand.

NOW FULLY BOOKED

Live Archive programme is supported by Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Arts Council England

Ntiense Eno Amooquaye Artist Audio Recorder Closing event
The Saison Poetry Library at Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre
Tuesday 25th November 7.30pm, film screening at 8pm
http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whatson/ntiense-eno-amooquaye-book-lau-86751?dt=2014-11-25

This closing event concludes ‘Artist Audio Recorder,’ a new body of work by Ntiense Eno Amooquaye.

Amooquaye’s new collection of research, artwork and writing features her first solo exhibition ‘Hera Master Come Down’ that was shown at Saison Poetry Library earlier in the year.

This event brings to a close Amooquaye’s installation of 40 bookmarks in the library’s loan collection; launching a new artists’ book that documents wide-ranging explorations of print, text, image and performance; and a screening of her new short film.

Admission free but booking essential.
To book a place, email: specialedition@poetrylibrary.org.uk or ella@intoart.org.uk

Artist Audio Recorder programme is supported by Arts Council England