Tate Timeline of Modern Art, by Framestore

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Framestore has created the interactive Timeline of Modern Art for Tate Modern, which is part of the gallery’s Bloomberg Connects range of tools for visitor engagement.

The timeline is in the Clore Learning Centre on Level 0 and features more than 3,500 artworks by more than 750 artists.

Framestore says: “Each piece arrives at the point in time it was created on a timeline spanning 125 years.

“The visual mechanism creates a captivating and hypnotic backdrop to the interactive experience, for visitors to enjoy both up-close and from afar, and key pieces, artists and movements are highlighted, prompting the user to touch to view and explore related imagery, video and information.”

Images by Andrew Dunkley/Tate Photography

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