Group Show: Figuratively Speaking
Using materials inspired by the exhibition (centre cane, paper and plastic) students created extraordinary structures. Their voices were used in a soundscape and added to the documentation of their work. To see an example click here.
Artist: Stuart Simler
William S. Burroughs: Enter the Art Laboratory
Students experimented with mixing pigments and light. Referencing Burroughs' 'Cut-Up' technique they they refracted and reflected light across the gallery floor. Using a range of materials they documented the light rays' journey.
Artist: Victoria Jenkins
Michael Cook: Modern Dreaming
Participants imagined themselves into different locations using mime, sketching, text and image transfer.
Inspired by Cook's dream-like photographs, they created imagined lands in collage and then transposed images of themselves into these scenes.
Gérad Quenum: Animate
Pupils brought puppets and toys to life in playful animations.
Through creating their own soundtracks their films had added ambiance!
Artist Facilitator: Freya Pocklington
Romauld Hazoumè: Hop-Skip-and-Jump!
|Participants made their own pin hole cameras out of tubes, developed photos and created secret camera obscuras hidden in Hazoumè inspired African masks.|
Artist Facilitator: Natalie Keymist
Robert Beer: Story Drawing
|Closing their eyes, students drew to Tibetan music. Ripping and tearing, they used their drawings to create magical puppets.|
Artist Facilitator: Nia Oppe-Morris
Laila Shawa: Printing Power
|Students used newspaper cuttings and silk screen printing creating layered imagery that explored their own identity.|
Artist Facilitator: Stephanie Hartman
Transvangarde: Reflections and Transformations
|Abstraction, reflection and narrative; students thought about how to use texture and scale to create collaborative and individual works.|
Gandalf Gavan: Knot Painting
|Students explored how to create a collaborative portrait. Working as a team with hands attached, they created a large scale drawing. |
Artist Facilitator: Mark Oliver