| 2022-07-05 15:00|
|ICS/ICAL · gcal|
A photo walkshop examining and questioning the seen and unseen.
I will encourage you to decide, document and record tangible incidents along the journey. Using my model of the three ‘C’s (Consider, Contemplate and Communicate) to develop your own approach to making photographs.
When we see, what do we look at? What do you see? What do I see? Why? What? What happens next? Who sees and who saw? Who will tell the story?
A chance to question further, decide and document through lens or screen and interrogate the three verities of landscape photography: Geography, Autobiography and Metaphor. Sharing knowledge, story, presence, and practice.
“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Dorothea Lange
Requirements: Attendees will need a photographic device – Camera or Phone or similar and if you wish, a notebook/pencil
Duration: 2 Hours at least!
Participants: Up to 12
Please note: As part of the nomadism of the encounters this walkshop could eventually become an ongoing action/practice to re-depict the encounters itself
Jez Hastings is an artist/photo troubadour telling stories through his many art walks.
Jez Hastings belongs to artist collective Walkspace www.http://walkspace.uk and with TBA Artists Led Space, Stoke on Trent GB. He is at present working towards a PhD examining landscape changes manifested through the embedded experience. http://www.art.jeremyhastings.uk
International Encounters Walking Art and Relational Geographies – Day tickets: 12 euros – 5 day tickets: 40 euros.