An installation created for Tynemouth Station. Visitors to the station were asked to describe a person that wasn’t there with them, hair colour, facial features etc, to an artist who attempted to draw the person from their description, in a kind of Expressionistic photo fit style. These were sized up into large cardboard drawings, with some of the key words from the conversations incorporated into the images. The final images, about 150, were hung from the rafters of the station. I worked with illustrators Bethan Laker and Chris Folwell on this. The project was created for the Drawing! festival.
My Blog Posts
- A response to the lockdown by artists – The portal artwork – come pass through
- Some nice coverage of the isolation waltz
- Local press about book show
- A dance for now
- @homeolympic challenge
- The use of Green Screen for workshops alongside gameful concepts
- Workshops in Sign Language Duel, Top Trump my School, and Green Screen above and below.
- Workshops in maze making with chalks
- Stem boxes
- shoelace animation
- Canvassing opinions using origami?
- Slime tango covered in Taiwan
- Wordplay in alley with others.
- Breaking handshakes down to stills
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