Devised and facilitated by Jonathan Wright and Zbigniew Kotkiewicz
Development / Destruction is the final LOW&HIGH event in Folkestone. The workshop will investigate ideas of reconstruction using examples from Ingmar Bergman, Italo Calvino and Marcel Duchamp in an attempt to see materials and objects in a new light. The hammer, the paper plane and the walking stick are just a few of the objects that may find themselves redefining the relationship between Form and Function.
This art workshop involves sharing opinions on the regeneration concepts and constructing imaginary structures. We will be also taking pictures of created models of 'environments'. The outcome of the workshop will be shown in a future exhibition. Bring your ideas and contribute your creative skills. For ages 12 +.
This event is free but booking is necessary. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
JONATHAN WRIGHT is an artist who studied in London in the early 1980's, graduating from the Royal College Of Art in 1987 where he was awarded the Henry Moore Bursary for the duration of his studies. Since that time he has shown his work in major venues around the world and has many works in private collections. Although originally producing installations and sculpture he is now also known for his painting.
ZBIGNIEW KOTKIEWICZ is an interdisciplinary artist, educator and curator. His current project is LOW&HIGH, an interdisciplinary platform developed in Folkestone in collaboration with TRANSPORT.
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