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Performance / installation / moving. Rasheed Araeen's Zero to Infinity Invited Contributor Tate 12-DEC-2012
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Invited to re-stage the moving of Rasheed Araeen's 100 components. First performed in 1968, Zero to Infinity, by Rasheed Araeen was restaged in December 2012 in The Tanks at Tate Modern. Consisting of one hundred bright blue lattice-construction cubes, initially arranged in a ten by ten grid, the six invited guests were encouraged by the artist to move the units around the gallery, disrupting the uniform display to leave the cubes in a more complex and spontaneous arrangement. http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/video/tateshots-rasheed-araeens-zero-infinity
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12-DEC-2012
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BP Saturdays: Tiny Tate Public Engagement Tate Britain 03-NOV-2012
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Artists led gallery workshop. Event for families with children under 5 and their siblings. The context of the workshop was to explore light, sound and space all around the BP British Art Displays. http://www.tate.org.uk/about/press-office/press-releases/bp-saturdays-tiny-tate
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03-NOV-2012
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Junction: North London Cultural Consortium Public Engagement Camden Arts Centre, Cubitt, The Place, Wellcome, The Slade School of Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design and UCLH NHS Foundation Hospital Trust. 28-APR-2012
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Steering committee for 'Junction: North London Cultural Consortium'. A shared platform for cultural activity in North London. The project is intended as an open ended partnership between arts organisations working collaboratively on projects to support new work, share programmes and build new audiences. The Consortium currently comprises Camden Arts Centre, Cubitt, The Place, Wellcome, The Slade School of Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design and UCLH NHS Foundation Hospital Trust.
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21-DEC-2014
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Well Being Public Engagement University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centreh for an organisation - 01-JUN-2010
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University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre and UCLH Arts commissioned fifteen artists to create new artwork on the theme of Well Being. For an 18 month period the artworks decorated the external hoardings of the site whilst it was being built. The original artwork has now been donated to the University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre and is on display as part of their permanent art collection.
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31-DEC-2014
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