In this workshop with Simon Pomery, engage with the work of Shinro Ohtake and develop your own creative writing practice.
Image courtesy: Shinro Ohtake/Take Ninagawa, Tokyo
Families will experiment with drawing and mark-making techniques, developing letterforms and words into a concertina book
Image credit: Neringa Plange
Artist Linder will discuss the practice of collage and the cut-and-paste techniques of Ohtake's work.
Image courtesy: Linder Sterling
This panel will look at both the history and the future of the artists' book, and will discuss its place within the artists' practice, the bookshop and the gallery.
Image courtesy: Ami Clarke
Make sequences of fantastical cut and paste pictures and sculptures, to bring to life in The Giant Zoetrope
Image credit: Matthew Kay
Dr. Andrew Pontzen takes us on a lightning tour of the universe as it is today.
Image courtesy: Andrew Pontzen/Fabio Governato
Influenced by Japanese storytelling traditions, families will delve into their imaginations, using long rolls of paper to create ‘picture scrolls’.
Image credit: Nicola Pomery
Listen to art historian and lecturer Kiyoko Mitsuyama Wdowiak talk about post-war Japanese contemporary art, placing Shinro Ohtake’s practice in a broader context.
Image courtesy: Kiyoko Mitsuyama Wdowiak
5-day project with Hydar Dewachi encouraging looking, listening and reverie
Image credit: Hydar Dewachi, journal pages, mixed media