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Visit the Who Are We? exhibition featuring MID's music at Tate Exchange

Visit the Who Are We? exhibition featuring MID's music at Tate Exchange

23rd May 2018

We're very pleased to announce that MID's tracks have been included in an installation as part of the free Who Are We? exhibition which launched at Tate Exchange this week.

Visitors to this new part of the Tate Modern are able to listen to songs created in our workshops in detention via iPads, as seen below.

Music In Detention @ Tate Exchange

Music In Detention @ Tate Exchange

When: 22–27 MAY 2018, daily from 12.00–18.00

Where: Tate Modern, Blavatnik Building, Level 5, Bankside, London SE1 9TG

You can also catch our Director John Speyer speaking about our work at 4pm on Friday 25th May as part of 'The Politics of Un-Belonging Symposium' which forms part of the Who Are We? exhibition.

To read more about Tate Exchange, see: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/tate-exchange/workshop/who-are-we-art-migration-and-production-democracy

To find out more about the Who Are We? project, see: https://whoareweproject.com/

This week-long event of experimental arts production and collective action is produced by Counterpoints Arts and The Open University in association with Stance Podcast and University of York Migration Network.