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Decomposing the image in nature




Blocking, Pablo Marin

Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield
2/9 February 2008 | 10am-4.30pm
Places: 20

For information, or to book call 01924 832642 or email shep@ysp.co.uk

Places are limited to 15


Running over two consecutive Saturdays, this intensive hands-on workshop organised by no.w.here will provide participants with the opportunity to experiment with the possibilities of cameraless filmmaking. Using the natural landscape of the park, relationships between the moving image, nature and the film strip will be explored. Activities will include: applying organic materials found in the park to the film strip using homemade emulsions; exploring bacterial and atmospheric decomposition of found footage through exposure to the natural elements; and the retrieval, study and editing of film that is currently submerged in the lake, buried in the ground and hung in a tree. The workshop will also include screenings of artists' work and opportunities for discussion.



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Cameraless film
Found footage
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