Unearth the hidden talent of Tate Staff at an exhibition showcasing the passion and work of those who keep the gallery running
Responding to Tate Exchange’s theme for year 3, Movement, The Inside Job Collective have been invited to take over Tate Exchange and pull together the work of staff across all Tate sites into one exhibition. The exhibition showcases the often-hidden skills of staff members at Tate and allows you to see the impact of working with Tate’s collection has had on their practice.
Approaching the different strands of Movement through varying mediums, there will be a dynamic series of live performances, workshops, installations, film and 2D works, as well as an evening of specially curated music and performances from staff for the August edition of Uniqlo Tate Lates.
Whether you want to drop-in to a comic-book workshop, share a confession on the place of religion in a secular institution or join a storytelling walk along the Thames, we have loads activations to get involved with. You can also hear the experimental work of sound practitioners, explore the diverse photography, painting and sculptures put together by staff and watch a collection of curated films touching on migration, physical movement, stillness and journeys.
This exhibition has been curated and organised by The Inside Job Collective for our colleagues and to share their work alongside the rest of Tate’s collection.
Above: Raksha Patel's photograph, Nai Zindagi, Naya Jeevan (New Life)
Above:Helen Dixon's Big Blue #4
Above: 'On The Road Again' by Harry Pye
Above: Co-curator Micheal Freer photographed by Huguette de Chassiron.
Above: People pointing at the work of Bonnie Wong
Above:Natasha Vasiliou and her art
Above: It takes Two: Will K with Corey Samuel
Above: Co Curator Jumpei Kinoshita with Tate Modern's director Frances Morris
Above:Miguel Zapata is delighted to find himself included in the Inside Job book.
The Inside Job Collective are a group of Tate Staff who organise and curate an exhibition dedicated to the many creative talents of their colleagues.
Blavatnik Building, Level 5
London SE1 9TG
THURSDAY 29 AUGUST 2019 AT 12.00–18.00
30–31 AUGUST 2019 AT 12.00–22.00
1–3 SEPTEMBER 2019 AT 12.00–18.00