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Robots, videogame, animation, tweets- a new take on Tate Britain

21
Jan
2014

By Jane Baird LONDON (Reuters) – As museums worldwide strive to draw in young people, Tate Britain could place itself at the cutting edge with a project for Internet viewers to drive robots around its galleries at weekends, shining lights and cameras on artworks that loom out of the dark. We wanted ways to use technology to increase our audience reach and new ways to connect people with art, said Jane Burton, the Tates head of creative content.

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