[NetBehaviour] URBAN ORGANICS WORKSHOP
benjamin at cultura3.net
Wed Apr 29 14:59:11 CEST 2009
Figuratively describing the country of Matrizenzubehoerleute…...
A N U R B A N O R G A N I C S W O R K S H O P
The city presents an unmapped, sparsely inhabited place,
extravagantly rich in unexplored resources, waiting as it were for
the arrival of someone to give form to the latent possibilities which
lay beyond regular spatial comprehension.
The poet, wandering describes reflections on streetlife, overlaid by
the desire to develop typographies and document of human life. The
civilian traveler as they traverse the urban terrain, passing amongst
concrete corridors of the imagination remakes the city through
forming their own reflective typographies. Looking then at our
perception of city scenes and urban space as a hybrid of different
forms, Figuratively describing the country of Matrizenzubehoerleute….
(ma-tritsen.tzu-behuer.loyter) provides participants with a tool-kit
which will allow them to trace and unveil the creative potential of
their every day surroundings through a series of collaborative
exercises. The group will undertake explorations of the space
surrounding the DIY Art Centre, observe and reproduce behavioral
patterns and begin to develop the basis of a new language through
The workshop will provide an introduction to techniques which empower
the participants to further understand how we interact with our
surroundings. The group will explore the urban spaces surrounding the
Art Centre along a perimeter between two lands drawn from places
which belong neither to the ordinary, nor the Other, but which are
imbued with a presence of both; just as the sky can be seen to fall
down towards the sea.
URBAN ORGANICS: Figuratively describing the country of
11.00-16.00, Sunday, 3rd May
CORD Members: £2
This introductory public workshop is open to people of all
disciplines and levels of experience. To make your booking please
write to events at cultura3.net with the heading “Urban Organics
Workshop.” Places are limited.
The DIY Art Centre
114-116 Amersham Vale,
New Cross SE14 6LG
for a map click here
New Cross Train Station (exit station, turn left, 5 mins walk)
New Cross Gate / Deptford Train Station (10 min walk)
Deptford DLR (15 min walk)
Busses 53, 453, 36, 436,171,172,177
For more information please write to benjamin at cultura3.net
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