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Tate Modern collaborates with students

A Tate Modern-organised touring exhibition including work created by Fine Art students at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) visits the University College in November and will be open to the general public on Tuesday 9th November between 4.30pm and 6.30pm in the NUA St Georges Building on St Georges Street.

The exhibition, which has been curated by the students involved, features work created in collaboration with fellow students from Bath and Winchester on Tate Modern’s No Working Title project earlier this year. Following its showing on the NUA campus the touring exhibition will travel to the other two schools over the next two months.

No Working Title is a project managed by the Tate Learning team which encourages students to collaborate using rules, systems and strategies conceived by conceptual artists whose works are on display in Tate Modern. Each student was paired with another from Bath School of Art and Design or Winchester School of Art and asked to devise a set of instructions based on their own practice by which their partner would make a piece of work.

The project culminated in an event at Tate Modern in March where each student revealed their work and engaged in a day of critical debate alongside academic staff and the Tate Learning Team. Ann Coxon, Curator of Displays at Tate Modern, gave a talk about relevant historical and contemporary practice.

“We are all very excited to be involved in No Working Title, discussing subjects surrounding ownership, authorship and the presence of instructions in art making,” said Fine Art Student Peter May. “Overall, working in collaboration with Tate Learning has provided us with a fantastic opportunity.”

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