Location:Tate Liverpool

Date:On until 24 June 2018

Time:10.00am - 17.50pm


This spring Tate Liverpool’s top floor gallery will be transformed by Brazilian collective OPAVIVARÁ! into an immersive environment featuring installations which encourage visitors to complete the artwork by becoming an active part of its animation and interpretation. Highlights include Rede Social where the group will create a ‘social network’ in a giant hammock and Pajé Curumin, where the artists invite visitors to come together and share their experiences at a communal tea station. For over a decade OPAVIVARÁ!’s work has blurred the lines between public and private space, encouraging people to share ideas, cultures and experiences. This will be their first solo exhibition in the UK. The free exhibition is part of the ‘We Have Your Art Gallery’ series which seeks to challenge conventional behaviours in public and gallery spaces.