In the final exhibition the Tate Modern's Project Space series, Word. Sound. Power explores the impact our voice can have on the world. Whether it be through speech or the written word, we use our voice in order to be heard, spread ideas, and express ourselves.
Until the 3rd November, discover for yourself how we assert our presence through protest, metaphor, and self-representation. The exhibition includes audio essays and voiceprint sculpture by Lawrence Abu Hamdan; he will be giving a seminar on the 27th October about his work and audio archive.
There will also be a newly commissioned work by Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen, who met four young men from different continents and united them through hip-hop, rap, and poetry, as well as an abridged film by Anjali Monteiro and KP Jayasankar, about an Indian poet working in the textile industry.