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A Workshop Exploring Movement and Mark Making
5 May 2019 Free
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
‘A workshop exploring movement and mark making’ with facilitators Elaine Foster-Gandey, Belinda Papavasiliou and Carlos Ara.
Drawing on the ideas set out in the exhibition ‘Movement Makes Marks’ the facilitators will lead you through a series of exercises, using a range of materials, to make marks. The marks will then form the basis of an exploration in movement.
Please wear comfortable clothing. All materials will be supplied. No experience necessary. Come with an open mind.
Admn: £5 / Conc FREE
About the Facilitators
Elaine Foster-Gandey is a local Artist, teacher and workshop facilitator. Her work takes on a number of different forms including performance, installation, textiles, sculpture, painting and print. Her many years of professional involvement with the Fashion industry, combined with her interest in mask and costume, provide a rich visual resource that informs all her practice. Elaine’s longstanding interest in identity and gender issues provide much of her work’s theoretical underpinning.
Belinda Papavasileiou is a Brighton based artist exploring the body in relation to improvisation, choreography, drawing, writing and found or made objects and environments. Belinda is constantly intrigued by the malleable ability of the body to relate and connect with other bodies, animals, land and environment and aims through her practice to embrace marginalised concepts like uncertainty, wandering, intimacy, pleasure, resistance and play.
Originally from Barcelona, Carlos is an actor who graduated in the dramatic arts from the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona. His curiosity between theatre and movement led him to choose physical theatre and puppetry as a speciality alongside different dance genre’s whilst continuing his studies as an actor. He created the cutting edge street theatre company, CarroF.C. which led him to develop a new path in non conventional spaces and the use of public spaces as a platform to act.
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