“Spatial Confessions (On the question of instituting the public)” is a four-day programme that examines publicness in places exhibiting contemporary art. The programme is comprised of a series of choreographic experiments staged within the unique public arena of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, a performance of social choreography as part of the ongoing digital series Performance Room and a day of talks, debates and films. It inquires into social, political and choreographic forms of publicness arising in the institutional practices of contemporary art.
Ever since it was established in nineteenth-century Europe, the bourgeois public sphere fosters the capacity of individuals to exercise and monitor the performative aspects of their own conduct in public.
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