Tate Modern & You - DreamlifeTate Modern & You – Dreamlife (Rotherhithe)

For the 2017 edition of ‘Tate Modern & You’ photographer Romain Mader will explore the dreamlife of residents of Rotherhithe as well as stories of the neighbourhood. These narratives will inspire a specially created backdrop and props which will be photographed and feature in a newspaper distributed in July 2017.

Tate Modern and You is a publication that is regularly produced in partnership with a neighbourhood or section of the local community, in collaboration with an artist. It aims to make stronger links with different communities across Southwark and Lambeth. In past publications, artists have worked with local organisations such as the Blackfriars Settlement and Pembroke House. Often acting as a forum for local discussion, Tate Modern and You gets delivered to communities around the gallery and has been doing so for many years.

  Click here to see works from previous editions of the Tate Modern & You

Social Dreaming Workshops & locations

Led by a Social Dreaming facilitator and Romain Mader, residents of Rotherhithe will be encouraged to share their dreams with their neighbours and to make connections. These workshops will involve conversation and some simple creative exercises (no experience necessary) lunch provided.

If you are interested in attending any of the workshops (we strongly recommend to do both) should use the link below to confirm your attendance by Tuesday 2nd May


SATURDAY 6 MAY 11.00am-4.00pm | East Room, level 6, Boiler House, Tate Modern (river entrance 1) Bankside, London, SE1 9TG.

Southwark station (Jubilee line) and Blackfriars station (District and Circle lines) are a short distance from the Tate. Several bus routes cover the area. London Bridge is also nearby. St Paul’s (Central line) Cross at Blackfriars Bridge or the Millennium Bridge


SATURDAY 13 MAY11.00-4.00pm | The Print Works, Surrey Quays Rd, London SE16 7PJ.

Canada Water is nearest station to Printworks (Jubilee line, overground and buses), only a two minute walk from the venue. Surrey Quays (overground) and Rotherhithe (overground) are also less than a five minute walk to the venue.

Dreamlife with Tate Modern

SUNDAY 14 MAY 11.00-4.00pm | Time and Talents, The Old Mortuary/St Marychurch St, London SE16 4JE

The Dreamlife project will bring workshops to a number of groups at Time & Talents, as well as a special prop-making workshop on Sunday 14th May which you are all invited to. This workshop will help create props inspired by your dreams using a range of creative materials. Share your stories & bring along an object that represents one of your dreams

These workshops will involve conversation and some simple creative exercises (no experience necessary). If you’d like to attend one of the dream workshops before the prop-making event you can also attend a workshop on Monday 8th May, after Mindfulness at 11am or after Ukulele class at 8pm.

Please email Jemma to book:



About Romain Mader

Romain Mader is a Swiss photographer who studied Photography at the University of Arts & Design Lausanne in Switzerland and work together with Nadja Kilchhofer since 2012. He explores themes of gender-representation, loneliness and romance by creating fictional narratives within his images.
  www.stereotyp.es  @romainMader  Romain Mader in Facebook

Listen to Romain Mader talking about Performing for the Camera for TateShots

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