Daphne Wright: Masterclass – Peer Critique – Sculpture & Installation
BOOK NOW: PLACES LIMITED • Time: 10.30 – 4.30 pm • Number of participants: 6
The workshop will create dialogue and openness between artistic peers. The session will foster networking and continued peer support amongst participants. Attendees will be asked to come prepared with a short presentation on their practices and on future projects they would like to develop. After each presentation, discussion will occur in a constructive and supportive manner. A short introductory reading list, focusing on the legacies of conceptual and site-specific practices upon the public realm, will be supplied to participants beforehand.
Daphne Wright is known for her unsettling yet poignant sculptural installations, which use a variety of techniques and materials including photography, plaster, tinfoil, sound, voice and video. She has also worked on larger scale public art projects, collaborating with artists across disciplines; architects, writers and theatre professionals to create works which deal with the indescribable.