Warp Records, Jeremy Deller and The Tate come together for evening of performance

Warp + Tate

Warp Records and the Tate are getting together to put on a free evening of performance and installations inspired by Jeremy Deller’s work The History of The World.

Turner prize winner Deller has worked with Warp on the evening, which takes place at Tate Britain and features three installation commissions. He will be presenting live piece Acid Brass and live AV show Patten.

In addition a number of sound and light pieces have been created in response to The History of The World.

The History of The World

Oneohtrix Point Never has created Melancholy, Hudson Mohawke has created Summer of Love, and Rustie has created Rave – although details are being kept under wraps.

There is limited capacity on the night and admission will be on a first come first served basis.

Warp x Tate takes place on 6 December at Tate Britain, Millbank, SW1P. For more info go to warp-x-tate.net

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