Late at Tate: Made in Transition

Friday, 3rd October,2014

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Brief: To curate a one-off Late at Tate to close the PRS for Music Foundation and Tate’s symposium ‘New Music Plus… Sound, Music, Visual: Producing the Interdisciplinary’.

Photographs: Elliot Franks

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The act of moving between was explored in an evening of audio-visual performances, sound installations and transformations that reached over 3,000 in attendance.

Late at Tate: Made in Transition featured sonic adventurers Islet in a high-energy performance of their new album Released By The Movement, leftfield pop artist Ela Orleans in collaboration with experimental film-maker Maja Borg, Bristol-based electronic producer Vessel in a new audio-visual collaboration with the Immix Ensemble and Sam Wiehl, Manchester improvisers part wild horses mane on both sides, pop reconstructivists The Aleph and soprano Sarah Dacey in a unique realisation of music by Alejandro ViƱao.