On Friday 6th December 2013, Warp Records collaborated with Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller and Tate Britain for a free evening of installations and performance inspired by Deller's work 'The History of the World'.
Warp x Tate featured live performances from Jeremy Deller's Acid Brass, Darkstar and patten as well as installations byOneohtrix Point Never "Melancholy", Hudson Mohawke "Summers of Love", Rustie "Rave", Hellicar & Lewis (w/ Arthur Carabott and John Nussey) "A tribute to 808 and 303" and Palace "Civil Unrest".
Watch the film below or via YouTube and Vimeo.
Warp x Tate
Directed by Teddy Fitzhugh
Music by Oneohtrix Point Never 'Boring Angel'
Over the course of the event Warp x Tate hosted well over six thousand fans, with thousands more were unfortunately unable to get in.
The #warpXtate hashtag trended and some of our favourite contributions are shown here. Credit to @kaitmordey, @nakayoko48, @hidden_shine, @jackbullion and @mollycoops.
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