Creative Music Technology student Gawain Hewitt will be making his debut at Tate Modern this week, featuring in three of 13 different artworks at Tate Modern’s very first Uniqlo Tate Late event.
Gawain’s collaborative works, Conversations, His Piety Knows No Bounds, and The Next Verse, will all be shown as part of the exhibition which gives after-hours visitors the chance to explore an array of different activities and art.
The pieces, made in collaboration with artist Stewart Francis Easton, composer Michael Tanner, and the ‘Quirky Quilters’ are among the 13 different artworks located around the Tate’s brand new Switch House building.
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Click here for a sound cloud of Conversations.
Gawain studies Creative Music Technology by distance learning at RWCMD, and featured in the College’s Atmospheres New Music Festival (main image) earlier in the year.
Uniqlo Tate Late is on Friday 28th October 18.00 – 22.00