Statement

– Many light works
– Do the obvious thing
– Get distracted
– Talk to everyone
– What are we already doing?
– Let’s just try it
– The jug is already doing its thing
– How can it be less?
– They already did something like that
– What if that’s enough?

Tate n Lyle’s playful work considers meaning and meaninglessness through oblique gestures. The collaborative practice of Rohanne Udall (b. 1990) and Paul Hughes (b. 1991), it takes place across choreographic, performance and visual arts contexts. Trained in fine art (Edinburgh College of Art) and philosophy (University of Edinburgh), our practice is a meeting point between disciplines; a persistent and fidgeting enquiry that continually questions itself and the contexts it finds itself within.

Self-portrait with beer.JPG