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Tate Modern Interactive Zones

Award: Graphite Pencil

Graphite Pencil / Environmental Design / Exhibitions / 2007

To coincide with the first complete rehang of Tate Modern's collection since its opening, two of the gallery's public concourses have been redeveloped as interactive learning zones for visitors of all ages. Launched in May 2006, the zones consist of a series of bold, three-dimensional structures that house a range of material, including multimedia programmes, films and hands-on games about modern and contemporary art. Sponsored by Bloomberg and UBS.

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