EVENT OUTSIDE OF “TATE MODERN” GALLERY, ENGLAND, LONDON/ PLAY AND INTERVATION/ 3 HOURS
The project “On-going construction” was tested during year at various public sites near institutions such as National Gallery, Southbank Centre “Tate Modern” gallery in London, and was sent to study the nature of the borders and control, to study public and its involvement from the outside in the exhibition space and, therefore, in the processes of interaction and dialogue. Due to the interaction of institutions and young artists took the process of drawing attention to urban interventions. Organized a group of artists in the private area of Tate Modern gallery was introduced bright, easy-to-use material that attracted passers by along the waterfront, and those who direct or left the gallery of participants in diffrent age groups. Involved viewers built structure resembling residental lodgets, huts, houses frame. Everyone taking part in an interactive game was trying to create his own personal space.