Collins, SAR; (2002) Tate in Space. [Artefact]. Commission.
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Tate in Space is an online commission for Tate. It was active from July 2002 until September 2003 and remains online in archive form on the Tate website. It is an artwork which proposes a 'development programme' for a Tate in Space and takes the form of an intervention on the main Tate Website. The site explores ways in which Tate in Space might extend visitor experience and engage new audiences. It is an arena for debate and reflection on the nature of art in space, raising questions about cultural and institutional ambition and the very human desires to observe and communicate.
|Title:||Tate in Space|
|Additional information:||Whilst the Tate in Space website is an artwork in itself, it is also a content heavy, thoroughly researched resource into and questioning of Space Art, its history and its future. The artist has been invited to talk about this work at venues including Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou, Paris; Volume Gallery, Rome and given interviews on radio in Japan (J-Wave), New York (Radio Lab, WNYC) and Jazz fm from Tate Modern. It has been written about in newspapers, journals and onlien internationally including Discover Magazine (US); Canada Globe and Mail; d'Lëtzebuerger Land; Art and Architecture. Tate in Space was nominated for a BAFTA interactive in 2004|
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