The new Tate Modern extension building was opened on the 17th of June 2016. A selection of Ravensbourne students were invited to create a one hour long visual installation in the Turbine Hall. The visuals had to touch on the idea of Future Creativity, Future Cultures and Future Spaces. Marit Bredeli Kveim, Mina Amiri Kalvøy and Rafayel Sdanewitsch were in charge of the three sections and were creating live visuals.
       
     
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 The new Tate Modern extension building was opened on the 17th of June 2016. A selection of Ravensbourne students were invited to create a one hour long visual installation in the Turbine Hall. The visuals had to touch on the idea of Future Creativity, Future Cultures and Future Spaces. Marit Bredeli Kveim, Mina Amiri Kalvøy and Rafayel Sdanewitsch were in charge of the three sections and were creating live visuals.
       
     

The new Tate Modern extension building was opened on the 17th of June 2016. A selection of Ravensbourne students were invited to create a one hour long visual installation in the Turbine Hall. The visuals had to touch on the idea of Future Creativity, Future Cultures and Future Spaces. Marit Bredeli Kveim, Mina Amiri Kalvøy and Rafayel Sdanewitsch were in charge of the three sections and were creating live visuals.

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