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  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

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  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
  • Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Life in techniCOLOUR project

    Copyright Turner Contemporary
In autumn 2013, a group of young people ages 13-25 years from Thanet, Kent learnt how to be film producers by taking part in our Life in techniCOLOUR project.

They produced and directed their own film about colour, inspired by Turner Contemporary's new Clore Learning Studio display of Sol LeWitt's Wall Drawing #1136. The young people worked with filmmakers Max Philo and Mark Castro to discover the ins and outs of filming, visited London galleries and museums, practiced interview skills with Claire Miller, News Editor for Heart FM 103.1 102.8(South East), interviewed artists and colour fanatics, and created own artwork and film content in hands-on workshops with artists.

See their final film below.

Life in techniCOLOUR is an exciting collaboration between Turner Contemporary and ARTIST ROOMS.

ARTIST ROOMS On Tour is a partnership with Arts Council England and the Art
Fund, making available the ARTIST ROOMS collection of international modern and
contemporary art to galleries throughout the UK. ARTIST ROOMS is jointly owned
by Tate and the National Galleries of Scotland and was established through
The d’Offay Donation in 2008, with the assistance of the National Heritage
Memorial Fund, the Art Fund, and the Scottish and British Governments. 



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