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1 March | 31 March 2022
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REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO, THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
Join us in teasing out what an 'image' is and how image-making unfolds…
9am - 5pm
Artists from an intensive laboratory masterclass led by Tess de Quincey invite you to join us in investigating how images arise in and around us; how body and imagination can stream into each other to explore a rich variety of sensitivities and be danced by images. Opening our process for exchange and feedback we draw on a rich range of image-forms and images developed by participants; besides physical demonstrations and discussions there will be a selection of short performances, all providing insight into processes underlying image making.
EOIs have now closed for this workshop. Selected artists announced soon!
Photo Credit: Vsevolod Vlaskine and Russell Emerson
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