Sunday, 30 June 2019

Who are ya? an event in Tate Exchange at Tate Modern in London

We are working with businesses, community groups and individuals affected by the plans discussed in our book 'Tottenham's Trojan Horse?' to create displays, video installations, participatory activities and a conversation area for 'Who are ya?' at Tate Exchange. 'Who are ya?' will reflect on football, identity and art with many other groups and individuals taking part (please see Tate Exchange for details). We were contacted by the organiser because of our book 'Tottenham's Trojan Horse?' which explores social issues related to the new Tottenham Hotspur football stadium.

To download a jpeg or a pdf of this poster click here. Please share it and print it!

Dates: August 6-11 2019
Times: 12-6pm each day
Address: Level 5, Blavatnik Building, Tate Modern, London SE1 9TG
Tate Exchange website: www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-modern/tate-exchange
Who are ya?: www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/tate-exchange/workshop/who-are-ya
Plan your visit: www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-modern
This is a free event for all ages, no tickets required just drop in.

Our corner of Tate Exchange for 'Who are ya?' with a view of Blackfriars Bridge and the Thames.

Martin Bates and Ilhan Parlayan of Martin Bates Design are making a Trojan horse for the event. Click here for more information.

A Trojan horse by martinbatesdesign.co.uk is under construction.
Updates will be posted on a post dedicated to it.




Photographer Steve Forrest has been taking photos of people in Love Lane Estate, Peacock Industrial Estate and other areas around the Tottenham Hotspur Football stadium. Prints of these images will be displayed during ‘Who are ya?’. Steve has been a regular contributor to the New York Times and The International Herald Tribune for the past ten years as well as working with Stern Magazine, The Guardian, Newsweek, and The Economist's Intelligent Life Magazine.
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Mark Panton is working with Simon Devine, a producer at Commercials Unlimited, to create a video about the businesses on Peacock Industrial Estate. Some stills from the filming:

Sam, Brittanic Automatic Transmission, Peacock Industrial Estate.
Brittanic is a family-run business established in 1977. Photo: Simon Devine
Faruk Tepeyurt, Solmaz Limited, Peacock Industrial Estate. Solmaz Limited is an award winning, building and refurbishment company offering a high-end service to Developers & Landlords, Architects and Consultants.
Photo: Simon Devine

Copies of 'Tottenham's Trojan Horse?' will be on sale in the Tate Modern bookshop during the event. Individuals and communities in the area around the new Tottenham Hotspur Football stadium discussed in the book are continuing to protest and challenge regeneration plans that could require the demolition of their homes, shops and businesses. The images below were taken by Martin Ball at a protest on 14 July 2019




This post will be updated as information comes through. Information about our book and what we do is in other posts on this blog. You can email us via the contact form or send Amanda Lillywhite a DM on Twitter.

Tottenham's Trojan Horse? by Mark Panton and Amanda Lillywhite. Available at Housmans Bookshop, Foyles and online at Big Cartel.

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