Tate: 'Anywhen' Is Half-Mechanic, Half-Organic

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Tate: 'Anywhen' Is Half-Mechanic, Half-Organic
October 19, 2016
In October 2016, Philippe Parreno transformed Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall into an immersive experience, challenging your perception of time and space with his 'Anywhen' installation.

'Anywhen' is a site-specific exhibition that changes throughout the day and that will evolve during the six-month period of the commission.

Prepare to have your senses activated and stimulated by a spectacular choreography of acoustics, sound lighting, flying objects and film, each connected to the other and playing their part in a far bigger score. Tate’s Turbine Hall becomes a universe of inter-related and connected events and parallel realities. Events will unfold anywhen.

Philippe Parreno is a French avant-garde artist who came to prominence in the 1990s and is perhaps most widely known for his feature film Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait. Parreno works across film, video, sound, sculpture, performance and information technology and collaborates extensively with musicians, scientists, architects and writers. Cutting-edge musicians Factory Floor and the award-winning sound designer Nicolas Becker are just some of the many collaborators involved with this year’s commission.

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