Streaming Tank have been working on the BMW Tate Live Series over the past few years with live webcasts streamed from the Tate Modern as artists first present then discuss their work live on, on-demand via YouTube.
Working with Tate and their sponsors BMW Streaming Tank has provided streaming for an array of live interactive performances like from the Tate Modern in London. Tate’s programme has consisted of many varying types of performance, including group performances of over 140 volunteers, to choreographed dance performances and solo works including the very different Joy Ragnar Kjartansson’s “Variations on Meat Joy”.
Other performances include a humorous, disturbing performance of ‘The Birth of Tragedy’ by Meiro Kozumi and the fascinating exploration of the variation and the future of spoken English in Nicoline van Harskamp’s ‘English Forecast’.
You can see a video here:
The world from one room
Tate are always keen to extend the reach of their events and works, so by combining online streaming with social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Google + Tate they can engage with a worldwide audience. Streaming Tank has also helped with interactive elements such as live Q+A question submissions via the Twitter hashtag #BMWTateliveQ, allowing for direct contact between performer and audience.
Streaming Tank’s work with Tate is the perfect showcase for just how diverse our portfolio is, as we can stretch to the demands of lots of different show formats and client briefs.