Elbow - About Making - Spike Island Event
datasetposted on 25.03.2021, 18:00 by Jenny Dunseath, Ian Dawson, Claude Heath, Louisa Minkin, Nicola Thomas, John Greenwood, Mhairi Vari, Michael Colegate, Dr Andrew Jones, Dr Marta Diaz-Guardamino
In August 2015 the C&C Gallery hosted an innovative residency program, Elbow, which transformed the public gallery into a dynamic studio environment to facilitate the production of artworks in response to ideas surrounding the condition of blindness and alternative ways of seeing. Through collaborative making and interdisciplinary workshops, the programme investigated ways of guiding, seeing, doing, and making, and explored how digital technology might change our ‘vision’ and understanding of forms.
This item contains information about a workshop led by Dunseath at Spike Island, Bristol. The workshop was focused around the artist's own practice, including her role in the Elbow residency. Included here is the handout from the workshop, a screenshot showing event publicity on the Spike Island website, and a link to the archived Spike Island web page for the event. Please see the link below under 'References'.
Screenshot courtesy of Spike Island. Used with permission.
Handout courtesy of Jenny Dunseath. Used with permission.
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