The floor will do nicely as a place to chill out, take a break, talk with friends. The floor is free, you don’t have to buy a drink or food to use this space. This is Tate Britain in London – the vast central space where often there are major installations but at other times it is just a space to relax in. No-one is going to ask you to get up and move on.
I spotted this little group of young people. Two in deep conversation, and two additional peripheral figures. They may be all part of a larger group: some choosing to chat, others preferring to be quietly by themselves, or elsewhere in the gallery.
I was attracted by the ‘arrangement’. A triangle of figures, plus one – that ‘one’ facing away. The composition creates an inevitable tension; it asks questions with no definitive answer.