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An Introduction to Camera-less Photography: Chemigrams with Emanuela Cusin

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Learn about chemigrams with Emanuela Cusin in this one day introductory workshop.

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In this short introductory course, Wysing’s studio artist Emanuela Cusin will cover an introduction to chemigrams, which is a camera-less photography technique.  You will learn about the materials used, the full process and the ways in which contemporary artists have employed this technique.

Safety notes: This class will be held in a large, well ventilated room with a maximum of 6 participants. Social distancing will be in place at all times, and separate workstations will be provided for each person. Please do not attend if you have symptoms of coronavirus or think you have been in contact with someone with coronavirus. If you cancel for this reason, your booking fee will be refunded.

Materials: All materials are provided as part of this workshop.

Format: 4 hour workshop.

Lunch: For hygiene reasons, please bring your own packed lunch. Tea and coffee will be available so please bring your own cup if you wish to, otherwise we will have disposable paper cups available.

Dates:  10.30am–15.30pm Sunday 13 September (includes an hour for breaks)

Or 10.30am-15.30pm Sunday 20 September (includes an hour for breaks)

Fees: £90 per person

Accessibility: Please get in touch with us to let us know if there is something you need to be able to participate in our events. Email Ceri Littlechild, Wysing's Head of Operations on ceri.littlechild@wysingartscentre.org.

Please note that bookings end 3 days before the start of the workshop.

Tutor biography:

Emanuela Cusin’s current practice focuses on the concept of uprootedness and themes of movement and inertia, dislocation, destruction, vulnerability and resistance. Her work aims to create space for confrontation and recovery, for herself, the audience and others involved.

In recent years, she has been collaborating with Dr Katharine Karcher from the Department of Modern Languages at the University of Birmingham, with whom she is currently working on the notion of in/security in urban spaces and what it means to live in a constant state of alert and vulnerability. Emanuela has also been working with Professor Abir Al Tabbaa from the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge, whose research has inspired her time-based work Breaking Point.

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