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Trzyosobowa huśtawka w galerii Tate Modern (7)

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The Tate Modern has unveiled a large-scale interactive installation by Danish collective SUPERFLEX. 'One Two Three Swing!' is the first Turbine Hall commission to extend beyond the gallery walls. An orange line connecting dozens of three-seated swings weaves through the Turbine Hall, emerging onto the landscape outside Tate Modern where it will activate the space and continue to extend over time. Conceived as an assembly line for collective movement, the work invites audiences to combat social apathy through collaborative action, joining together on the count of three ??" One Two Three Swing! This is the third annual Hyundai Commission, a series of site-specific works created for the Turbine Hall by renowned international artists, as part of the partnership between Tate and Hyundai Motor. One Two Three Swing! challenges society???s apathy towards the political, environmental and economic crises of our age. The installation engages with the Turbine Hall???s industrial history as a site for the generation of energy and its new role as an open space in the heart of an art gallery, which the work now connects to London???s network of public spaces. In dialogue with the surrounding architecture ??" the sloping entrance, the east end of the hall, and the bridge on level 1 ??" the installation is experienced in three states: apathy, production, and movement. The state of apathy comprises a large pendulum suspended by a 20 metre cable from the ceiling and swinging above a 770 square metre carpet in a colour scheme inspired by British currency. Occupying the far end of the hall is the state of production, a factory station where swing seats are assembled, stamped and stored prior to distribution and use. Emerging from the state of production, an orange line formed of sets of interconnected, three-seated swings invite and frame the movements of users. The act of resting in contemplation, with the hypnotic pendulum swinging above, is set in contrast to the liberating, collab
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The Tate Modern has unveiled a large-scale interactive installation by Danish collective SUPERFLEX. 'One Two Three Swing!' is the first Turbine Hall commission to extend beyond the gallery walls. An orange line connecting dozens of three-seated swings weaves through the Turbine Hall, emerging onto the landscape outside Tate Modern where it will activate the space and continue to extend over time. Conceived as an assembly line for collective movement, the work invites audiences to combat social apathy through collaborative action, joining together on the count of three ??" One Two Three Swing! This is the third annual Hyundai Commission, a series of site-specific works created for the Turbine Hall by renowned international artists, as part of the partnership between Tate and Hyundai Motor. One Two Three Swing! challenges society???s apathy towards the political, environmental and economic crises of our age. The installation engages with the Turbine Hall???s industrial history as a site for the generation of energy and its new role as an open space in the heart of an art gallery, which the work now connects to London???s network of public spaces. In dialogue with the surrounding architecture ??" the sloping entrance, the east end of the hall, and the bridge on level 1 ??" the installation is experienced in three states: apathy, production, and movement. The state of apathy comprises a large pendulum suspended by a 20 metre cable from the ceiling and swinging above a 770 square metre carpet in a colour scheme inspired by British currency. Occupying the far end of the hall is the state of production, a factory station where swing seats are assembled, stamped and stored prior to distribution and use. Emerging from the state of production, an orange line formed of sets of interconnected, three-seated swings invite and frame the movements of users. The act of resting in contemplation, with the hypnotic pendulum swinging above, is set in contrast to the liberating, collab
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The Tate Modern has unveiled a large-scale interactive installation by Danish collective SUPERFLEX. 'One Two Three Swing!' is the first Turbine Hall commission to extend beyond the gallery walls. An orange line connecting dozens of three-seated swings weaves through the Turbine Hall, emerging onto the landscape outside Tate Modern where it will activate the space and continue to extend over time. Conceived as an assembly line for collective movement, the work invites audiences to combat social apathy through collaborative action, joining together on the count of three ??" One Two Three Swing! This is the third annual Hyundai Commission, a series of site-specific works created for the Turbine Hall by renowned international artists, as part of the partnership between Tate and Hyundai Motor. One Two Three Swing! challenges society???s apathy towards the political, environmental and economic crises of our age. The installation engages with the Turbine Hall???s industrial history as a site for the generation of energy and its new role as an open space in the heart of an art gallery, which the work now connects to London???s network of public spaces. In dialogue with the surrounding architecture ??" the sloping entrance, the east end of the hall, and the bridge on level 1 ??" the installation is experienced in three states: apathy, production, and movement. The state of apathy comprises a large pendulum suspended by a 20 metre cable from the ceiling and swinging above a 770 square metre carpet in a colour scheme inspired by British currency. Occupying the far end of the hall is the state of production, a factory station where swing seats are assembled, stamped and stored prior to distribution and use. Emerging from the state of production, an orange line formed of sets of interconnected, three-seated swings invite and frame the movements of users. The act of resting in contemplation, with the hypnotic pendulum swinging above, is set in contrast to the liberating, collab
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The Tate Modern has unveiled a large-scale interactive installation by Danish collective SUPERFLEX. 'One Two Three Swing!' is the first Turbine Hall commission to extend beyond the gallery walls. An orange line connecting dozens of three-seated swings weaves through the Turbine Hall, emerging onto the landscape outside Tate Modern where it will activate the space and continue to extend over time. Conceived as an assembly line for collective movement, the work invites audiences to combat social apathy through collaborative action, joining together on the count of three ??" One Two Three Swing! This is the third annual Hyundai Commission, a series of site-specific works created for the Turbine Hall by renowned international artists, as part of the partnership between Tate and Hyundai Motor. One Two Three Swing! challenges society???s apathy towards the political, environmental and economic crises of our age. The installation engages with the Turbine Hall???s industrial history as a site for the generation of energy and its new role as an open space in the heart of an art gallery, which the work now connects to London???s network of public spaces. In dialogue with the surrounding architecture ??" the sloping entrance, the east end of the hall, and the bridge on level 1 ??" the installation is experienced in three states: apathy, production, and movement. The state of apathy comprises a large pendulum suspended by a 20 metre cable from the ceiling and swinging above a 770 square metre carpet in a colour scheme inspired by British currency. Occupying the far end of the hall is the state of production, a factory station where swing seats are assembled, stamped and stored prior to distribution and use. Emerging from the state of production, an orange line formed of sets of interconnected, three-seated swings invite and frame the movements of users. The act of resting in contemplation, with the hypnotic pendulum swinging above, is set in contrast to the liberating, collab
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The Tate Modern has unveiled a large-scale interactive installation by Danish collective SUPERFLEX. 'One Two Three Swing!' is the first Turbine Hall commission to extend beyond the gallery walls. An orange line connecting dozens of three-seated swings weaves through the Turbine Hall, emerging onto the landscape outside Tate Modern where it will activate the space and continue to extend over time. Conceived as an assembly line for collective movement, the work invites audiences to combat social apathy through collaborative action, joining together on the count of three ??" One Two Three Swing! This is the third annual Hyundai Commission, a series of site-specific works created for the Turbine Hall by renowned international artists, as part of the partnership between Tate and Hyundai Motor. One Two Three Swing! challenges society???s apathy towards the political, environmental and economic crises of our age. The installation engages with the Turbine Hall???s industrial history as a site for the generation of energy and its new role as an open space in the heart of an art gallery, which the work now connects to London???s network of public spaces. In dialogue with the surrounding architecture ??" the sloping entrance, the east end of the hall, and the bridge on level 1 ??" the installation is experienced in three states: apathy, production, and movement. The state of apathy comprises a large pendulum suspended by a 20 metre cable from the ceiling and swinging above a 770 square metre carpet in a colour scheme inspired by British currency. Occupying the far end of the hall is the state of production, a factory station where swing seats are assembled, stamped and stored prior to distribution and use. Emerging from the state of production, an orange line formed of sets of interconnected, three-seated swings invite and frame the movements of users. The act of resting in contemplation, with the hypnotic pendulum swinging above, is set in contrast to the liberating, collab
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The Tate Modern has unveiled a large-scale interactive installation by Danish collective SUPERFLEX. 'One Two Three Swing!' is the first Turbine Hall commission to extend beyond the gallery walls. An orange line connecting dozens of three-seated swings weaves through the Turbine Hall, emerging onto the landscape outside Tate Modern where it will activate the space and continue to extend over time. Conceived as an assembly line for collective movement, the work invites audiences to combat social apathy through collaborative action, joining together on the count of three ??" One Two Three Swing! This is the third annual Hyundai Commission, a series of site-specific works created for the Turbine Hall by renowned international artists, as part of the partnership between Tate and Hyundai Motor. One Two Three Swing! challenges society???s apathy towards the political, environmental and economic crises of our age. The installation engages with the Turbine Hall???s industrial history as a site for the generation of energy and its new role as an open space in the heart of an art gallery, which the work now connects to London???s network of public spaces. In dialogue with the surrounding architecture ??" the sloping entrance, the east end of the hall, and the bridge on level 1 ??" the installation is experienced in three states: apathy, production, and movement. The state of apathy comprises a large pendulum suspended by a 20 metre cable from the ceiling and swinging above a 770 square metre carpet in a colour scheme inspired by British currency. Occupying the far end of the hall is the state of production, a factory station where swing seats are assembled, stamped and stored prior to distribution and use. Emerging from the state of production, an orange line formed of sets of interconnected, three-seated swings invite and frame the movements of users. The act of resting in contemplation, with the hypnotic pendulum swinging above, is set in contrast to the liberating, collab
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The Tate Modern has unveiled a large-scale interactive installation by Danish collective SUPERFLEX. 'One Two Three Swing!' is the first Turbine Hall commission to extend beyond the gallery walls. An orange line connecting dozens of three-seated swings weaves through the Turbine Hall, emerging onto the landscape outside Tate Modern where it will activate the space and continue to extend over time. Conceived as an assembly line for collective movement, the work invites audiences to combat social apathy through collaborative action, joining together on the count of three ??" One Two Three Swing! This is the third annual Hyundai Commission, a series of site-specific works created for the Turbine Hall by renowned international artists, as part of the partnership between Tate and Hyundai Motor. One Two Three Swing! challenges society???s apathy towards the political, environmental and economic crises of our age. The installation engages with the Turbine Hall???s industrial history as a site for the generation of energy and its new role as an open space in the heart of an art gallery, which the work now connects to London???s network of public spaces. In dialogue with the surrounding architecture ??" the sloping entrance, the east end of the hall, and the bridge on level 1 ??" the installation is experienced in three states: apathy, production, and movement. The state of apathy comprises a large pendulum suspended by a 20 metre cable from the ceiling and swinging above a 770 square metre carpet in a colour scheme inspired by British currency. Occupying the far end of the hall is the state of production, a factory station where swing seats are assembled, stamped and stored prior to distribution and use. Emerging from the state of production, an orange line formed of sets of interconnected, three-seated swings invite and frame the movements of users. The act of resting in contemplation, with the hypnotic pendulum swinging above, is set in contrast to the liberating, collab
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.