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Ten Days Six Nights
Image Credit: LEW Occasions | Photo-Vitali-Wagner
Ten Days Six Nights
Image Credit: Fujiko Nakaya Fogfalls | Showa Kinen Park 1982 © Fujiko Nakaya

Ten Days Six Nights

Immerse yourself in ten days of performance, film, sound and dance in the Tanks at Tate Modern.

24 March 2017 - 2 April 2017 | Visit website

BMW Tate Live Exhibition: Ten Days Six Nights reimagines the basic concepts of the art exhibition, turning a static presentation into a dynamic experience of art that unfolds through time.

Experience the south landscape come alive with an immersive fog sculpture by Fujiko Nakaya, experience one of Isabel Lewis' signature occasions, discover a selection of rarely-seen installations from CAMP and experience a sculptural performance by Wu Tsang and Fred Moten.

BMW Tate Live Exhibition: Ten Days Six Nights takes place 24 March - 2 April at Tate Modern. Daytime installations are free and act as spring-boards for six nights of live performance.

Tate Modern Bankside , London SE1 9TG

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