Led by Maud Lannen
The session will be built around movement, sound and contact improvisation. We'll take cues from the visual imagery of Paula Rego's Dog Women, the sci-fi figure of the Zombie and the sculptures of Messerschmidt (to name but a few), to develop a language through movement and sound that articulates dysfunctionality and a loss of consciousness.
The workshop will take place in the Angear Visitor Centre at the Djanogly Gallery. This is an open space with floor-to-ceiling windows. It will be a great opportunity to explore movement and play in the space as well as interact with visitors.
Suitable for 18+
Presented as part of The University of Nottingham School of Education's Fine Art Degree Show 2015.
Image credit: Maud Lannen
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