CANCELLED Ithaca: in studio
Organised by Gesamtatelier
Date: Wednesday 7 February 2018
Venue: AA Lecture Hall
This workshop is now cancelled.
2:00 - 5:00PM
Gesamtatelier opens its studio and shares their creative process for developing interdisciplinary, collaborative art & design projects. The creative team behind “Ithaca: upon every arrival” invites fine artists, architects, performers, choreographers, fashion, sound and spatial designers to work together during an evening of short lectures, exercises and activities. The aim is to practice the craft of collective brainstorming, composing/designing and workshopping/rehearsing.
Please note: the workshop is free to attend for AA Students. Please sign up by emailing email@example.com with Ithaca Workshop in the title.
Tickets to attend are £15 with a £12 ticket for students from other institutions with provision of a valid student ID. Included in the ticket for the workshop, is free entry to the live exhibition the following day.
To book tickets, please visit the following link: Open Week Workshop and email firstname.lastname@example.org mentioning your discipline (architecture, art, dance, sound, performance)
Kyriaki Nasioula and Argyris Angeli are two founding members of Gesamtatelier, a London-based platform by/for practitioners and educators from several creative fields who collaborate towards the conception and realisation of interdisciplinary projects, presented in various venues in UK. The team has an open, dynamic structure, which adapts to each project, creating hybrids between their respective practices in the form of installations, performances and multimedia events.
Argyris Angeli, Fine Art-Architecture-Education
Kyriaki Nasioula, Choreography-Dance-Architecture-Education
Lia Garbola, Production Management-Communications
Eliza Soroga, Performance Art
Georgia Tegou, Choreography-Dance-Education
Jeph Vanger, Sound Composition
Image: Sculptural composition during studio experimentations with Georgia Tegou, Kyriaki Nasioula and Argyris Angeli. Image by Kyriaki Nasioula.
All lectures are open to members of the public, staff and students unless otherwise stated.