An audio tour commissioned by Tate Britain for the permanent collection and created with local families.
Families from Pimlico Primary worked together with Tess Denman-Cleaver to develop, perform and record a tour that takes the form of a story about a flooded village where multiple languages are spoken. Connecting artworks in the 1910 gallery, the sonic trail includes the voices and words of families as well as a soundscape inspired by the group.
The workshop programme was designed and delivered by Tess Denman-Cleaver.
Image: Trish Scott (2018)