WALK, WORK & TALK - Stephen Wilks -
THE MIGRATORY STUDIO – Walk, Work & Talk
Meeting point Thursday, Sept 7, 2017 at noon / 12 Uhr:
ZK/U – Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik
Siemensstrasse 27 - 10551 Berlin
Two days, Thursday & Friday, Sept 7 & 8, 2017 from noon to 6 pm
up to 12 participants,
… It Begins With A Step
A Post Studio action and
guided urban walking tour with Stephen Wilks to explore within a group a dynamic
process of creating art and specifically photography outside the traditional
studio space, initiating debates / conversions about the nature of urban art / intervention /street photography
which we will take up as group and develop as we walk and work together.
Personal dialogue and practical advice for indiviuals/the group will be available concurrently throughout the walks which will be in English and German with the option of French (depending on the group and preferred language).
The Migratory Studio will be available for participants for a two day period during the week . Each day begins with a 3 hour photo /shoot which will assume a deambulatory nature, culminating in an assessment / critical appraisal (at the ZKU) of the photographs and ideas created during the walks .
Some talking points and approaches for the Migratory Studio group, aims and objectives:
Dealing with the public: Audience & Outreach
Nature of public interaction/intervention
Practical guide to working in the street 5 applications needed
Trends in post studio art and practice
Developing material & ideas gathered from experiences
Singular / Plural - group dynamics / solitary walks
Individual appraisal / Socratic dialogue
Please bring your digital camera / Smart- or iPhone
10 applications needed
Info about the artist/docent Stephen Wilks here: http://www.stephenwilks.net/
This program is supported by funds of the
European Social Fund (ESF).
These subsidies are the basis for low participation fees and for the lecturers’ fees.
Therefore, prior to the event each participant must give
information on his/her person and confirm it with one’s signature.
All your data are subject to data protection and passed on depersonalised to the
responsible ESF administration in order to fulfil the evaluation and reporting obligations.