September 6, 2006 - Tate Modern - OUT OF MIND: A STAND-UP COMEDY ACT
September 6, 2006

OUT OF MIND: A STAND-UP COMEDY ACT

Pierre Huyghe</b><br><i>Out of Mind</i>, 2006<br>
 © Josie Long. Photo: Pierre Huyghe

OUT OF MIND: A STAND-UP COMEDY ACT
In conjunction with Pierre Huyghe exhibition
« Celebration park »

Tate Modern, 13 September 2006
www.tate.org.uk

Tate Modern Café, 20.00 22.00
Free, no bookings taken
Seated on a first-come, first-served basis

Out of Mind brings together renowned English stand-up comedians, Robin Ince, Stewart Lee, Josie Long, Simon Munnery and Martin White for a live event at Tate Modern.

The stand up comedians invent new stories and imagine alternative possibilities of production, based on the narrative elements surrounding Pierre Huyghes works. What is Out of mind is not clear, a narrative about an artwork that has no other existence than told? A stand-up comedy event as a form of exhibition? A retrospective? A series of comical hypothesis on the way things could have been made?
Out of Mind was first performed on the opening day of Pierre Huyghes exhibition, Celebration Park

www.tate.org.uk/modern/exhibitions/pierrehuyghe/

Tate Modern Café, 20.00 22.00
Free, no bookings taken
Seated on a first-come, first-served basis

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