Aliza Shvarts ’08, whose controversial senior art project instigated a media frenzy last April, participated in a two-day art exhibition in late June sponsored by the Tate Modern Art Museum in London. Shvarts was a presenter at one of the program’s events, a two-hour exhibition on June 28 called “Grammaphones, Films, Typewriters,” which focused on the relationship between art and the media. Her contribution to the program sponsored by the Tate Modern did not include any pieces from her hotly disputed Yale senior art project.