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The Who Are We? project article icon

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The Who Are We? project

How artists and academics can work together to develop new avenues for exchange and influence

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The influence of From A Distance on audiences and participants audio icon

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The influence of From A Distance on audiences and participants

How the Tate visitors got close to From A Distance.

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From Conversations on co-production to participants’ engagements article icon

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From Conversations on co-production to participants’ engagements

Introducing the participatants in the projects, and exploring their ideas and motivations

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Participant voices & interactions Beyond The Babble audio icon

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Participant voices & interactions Beyond The Babble

Listening to the voices Beyond The Babble

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On a Wing and a Prayer: A case study article icon

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On a Wing and a Prayer: A case study

Abdul Rahman Haroun walked from France to the United Kingdom. On A Wing And A Prayer is a response to that journey.

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Using art and creative methods to interrogate identity, citizenship and migration article icon

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Using art and creative methods to interrogate identity, citizenship and migration

A programme at the Tate Modern, titled Who Are We?, brought together academics, artists and activists to explore migration, citizenship, identity and belonging. The programme was collaboratively curated by a consortium comprising The Open University, Loughborough University, University of Warwick and Counterpoints Arts, an arts organization whose mission is to support and produce art by and about migrants and refugees. The programme generated a great deal of interest and involved the participation of a large and diverse audience. Dip into the programme and discover more about this, more about Counterpoints Arts, and more about a similar collaboration between the OU and the Migration Museum Project.

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The New Union Flag project: from an object of agitation to a space for communication article icon

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The New Union Flag project: from an object of agitation to a space for communication

Moving away from the red, white and blue to a new flag, representing a new nation.

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Co-creating and mushing up identity with visitors to the New Union Flag project video icon

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Co-creating and mushing up identity with visitors to the New Union Flag project

Take the opportunity to reflect on aspects of audience participation and co-creation – this time young children.

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Reactions and reflections to On a Wing and a Prayer video icon

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Reactions and reflections to On a Wing and a Prayer

Audiences, academics and the artist reflect on the video installation.

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5 mins
Dialogues Across Borders video icon

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Dialogues Across Borders

Abdul Rahman Haroun walked from France to the United Kingdom. On A Wing And A Prayer is a response to that journey.

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Homo Economicus, the East India Company and industrial espionage article icon

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Homo Economicus, the East India Company and industrial espionage

A conversation between artist Laura Malacart and Open University researcher Sara de Jong on the intersections of identity and citizenship with economic history and language.

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How can I learn from Who Are We? article icon

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How can I learn from Who Are We?

There's much to discover - here's a starting point

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