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The Practice Sessions - Richard Hancock
Sunday, 9 September 2012 from 14:00 to 16:00 (BST)
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Richard James Hancock
The Room, The Studio, Installation
Sunday 9 September, 2pm - 4pm
Nottingham Trent University: Waverley Theatre
Taking its lead from Georges Perec's Species of Spaces, this edition of the Practice Sessions will engage with questions of space, definition, connectivity, and consequence.
What are the spaces that we inhabit as artists? How are they defined? How do spaces of production shape and influence what we produce?
Berlin-based artist Richard Hancock invites participants to take part in a dialogue around the shifting nature of artistic practice and presentation. Through collective group exercise, discussion, and artist presentation, the session will explore different personal strategies for making and showing work, and consider how these may be shaped across international contexts.
This is a participatory session for those interested in how artists may function in contemporary landscapes.
When & Where
World Event Young Artists (WEYA)
This global event will showcase a selection of the best international creative talent, across a spectrum of artforms, in one city, providing an opportunity for 1000 artists from 100 nations to join together and share their creativity on an international platform.
The World Event will be a chance for international exchange on a global scale, bringing the city to life; it is as much about intercultural dialogue across political borders as it is about the practice of young artists.
This once in a lifetime event will thrive on discussion and collaboration with like minded artistic talents from across the globe and aims to encourage future partnerships.
World Event Young Artists 2012 is hosted by UK Young Artists and supported by Arts Council England, Cultural Olympiad East Midlands, Nottingham Trent University and Nottingham City Council.