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Doors Open Day at Stills

Sunday, 27 September 2015 11am - 6pm

Exhibition open 11am - 6pm

Workshops 12pm-4pm, no booking necessary

Join our hands-on workshop inspired by the current exhibition ‘Here Comes Everybody’ by kennardphillipps who use found imagery to make photographic montages exploring ideas around image consumption, production, and camera surveillance.

In these drop-in workshops we will provide source material for you to make your own photographic montages based around Doors Open Day's theme of Food and Drink. No experience necessary. 

All ages welcome. Under 12’s with an adult.

To find out more about Doors Open Day check out their website.

 

Image: kennardphillipps Here Comes Everybody [Study#1 Paper money] 2015. Courtesy the artists.

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Doors Open Day at Stills

Saturday, 26 September 2015 11am - 6pm

Exhibition open 11am - 6pm

Workshops 12pm-4pm, no booking necessary

Join our hands-on workshop inspired by the current exhibition ‘Here Comes Everybody’ by kennardphillipps who use found imagery to make photographic montages exploring ideas around image consumption, production, and camera surveillance.

In these drop-in workshops we will provide source material for you to make your own photographic montages based around Doors Open Day's theme of Food and Drink. No experience necessary. 

All ages welcome. Under 12’s with an adult.

To find out more about Doors Open Day check out their website.

 

Image: kennardphillipps Here Comes Everybody [Study#1 Paper money] 2015. Courtesy the artists.

Doors Open Days 25 yearsCockburn Association logo


Artist Talk: Mischa Kuball

Wednesday, 9 September 2015 6PM-7PM

Free. Places are limited, book a ticket here

The artist Mischa Kuball (b.1959, Düsseldorf, Germany) is best known for his use of light as a medium - in installations and photography - to explore architectural spaces, their contexts and related social and political discourses. As well as gallery and museum exhibitions, he has developed large-scale participatory projects exploring the politics of private and public spaces and the relationship between artist, artwork and audience. Varying from his use of slide projectors, CT scanners or reference to Plato’s cave, Mischa will present a talk on some of his projects, from over the last 30 years, that have drawn upon photographic apparatus, imagery and theory.

Mischa Kuball is based in Düsseldorf. Since 2007 he has been a Professor at the Academy of Media Arts, Cologne and Associate Professor for Media Art at Hochschule für Gestaltung/ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany.

For further information on his work: www.mischakuball.com


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