Re-Worlding Workshop with Hot Desque
What if we lived in forest cities? What if we trampolined from garden to garden?
Using recycled and biodegradable materials, we’ll build a collaborative artwork together representing your ideas of a future world. What would it feel like to live in a sustainable world and ecosystem? Do we have technology or not? Do we survive as humans or have we developed into a new species entirely?
During the workshops, you can also get involved in making a DIY film to document the process and bring the world to life! Using a handheld gimbal and iPhone, we will film these models like an AI robot travelling across or scanning a terrain. Recorded sounds will become the soundtrack to our world using the materials and things around us.
The films you create will be edited together to form a collaborative film, screened at our studio later in the year (more details to follow). See previous workshop films here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CjkH0eaIS5W/
Details: Guided, free sessions open to all aged 5 years and above.
Materials are provided and you cna contribute as much or as little time as you like. You’re welcome to bring along recycling materials, e.g. jars, cardboard, plant pots etc.
All children under 18 years need to be accompanied by an adult.
Drop in anytime between 10-12pm.
Workshops delivered by Hot Desque, a collaborative artistic practice by Neena Percy and Lizzy Drury, based in South London. We are DBS checked and have delivered these workshops in London and nationally: Peckham Levels, Great Big Green Week, Shieldfield Youth Project, Lewisham Youth Theatre. We believe positive action can sthem from positive imaginative approaches to how we live in the world and how we connect with nature.
In partnership with Hypha Studios