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Late at Tate Britain, curated by Black Blossoms © Eugenio Falcioni, Tate Gallery, 2023
FREE TO FLOURISH
A Live Performance at Tate Britain
In a world confronted by the climate crisis, war, mental health, Covid-19, politics, fake news, racism, misogyny, misogynoir, hate crime, ableism, ageism, homophobia, fatphobia, Islamophobia, transphobia, antisemitism, poverty, water contamination, hunger, gender inequality, human rights, child marriage, child labour, trafficking, the metaverse and social media stress, this 30 minutes debut live art performance questioned, in multiple voices, registers, movements and gestures, how can we be free to flourish?
Performed to a live audience in Gallery G15, displaying British Art from 1760–1830 at Tate Britain, for a Late at Tate event curated by Black Blossoms responding to the theme of Flourish.
Inspired by a keynote speech by Justine Simons OBE, Deputy Mayor for Culture and the Creative Industries at the MORE BIG WOMEN (2023) conference, Firstsite.
All images are copyright Eugenio Falcioni, Tate Gallery. With special thanks to Bolanle Tajudeen, Ese Onojeruo, Tram Nguyen, Husna Memon, Jasmine Pierre and to the Tate's Youth Advocates and Tate Collective Producers.
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