Actress, Matthew Herbert and more will look into Alternative Perceptions at London’s Tate Britain this month.
A collaboration between the Tate Collective, BP and Punchdrunk Entertainment, this showcase is free, and comes curated by and aimed at 15-25 year olds. Information is pretty scarce at this point, but it will feature “new work and performances” by sampling legend Matthew Herbert, Actress in collaboration with Moire, Purple Ferdinand, Kate Tempest and Knit the City, and takes place on Saturday September 22.
This won’t be Actress’s first work with the Tate: this March, the Werk Discs boss, who released his third album R.I.P. this year, soundtracked the “infinite environment” of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama at the Tate Modern.
For (marginally) more on Alternative Perceptions, click here.