Last minute notice: tonight Tate Britain organizes Performing Architecture, series of talks, performances, workshops, film screenings etc. about how our physical bodies interact with built form. Highlights: an architect and a poet duo Kreider + O’Leary will guide you through the museum, revealing the buildings’ scars, layers and history in their Light Vessel Automatic tour. Performance architect Alex Schweder and editor of Le Journal Spéciale’Z  Lamis Bayar will discuss about performance architecture as an emerging field and about their own practice within this field. They will also lead a performance/workshop in the museum’s Duveen Galleries, after which you should emerge back on the street as a practiced performance architect, ready to invent own instruction. You can start in your living room!

Performing architecture is a free event and forms part of Late at Tate Britain series.

 Ruairi Glynn

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Alex Schweder

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Late at Tate Britain