Art Lab – Interconnections
Multisensory Textile Sculpture Workshop
Tim Fairfax Learning Studio, Level 2
Duration: 3 hrs
Free, registration essential
Haegue Yang is a Berlin and Seoul-based artist who draws on a wide range of everyday materials and craft techniques to create abstract artworks that create connections between divergent cultural, historical and political narratives.
Join artist Jessika Spencer, Wiradjuri People in a multisensory textile sculpture making workshop inspired by Yang’s exhibition Changing From From To From.
Create a multisensory, hanging textile sculpture using diverse materials such as cotton, shells, bells and gum nuts, combined through Australian First Nations weaving techniques.
All materials provided. Bring your own water bottle.
Audiences are encouraged to attend Haegue Yang in conversation with Russell Storer, Head Curator, International Art at 11 am on Sat, 27 May.
Art Labs are artist-led workshops connecting young audiences nationally with artists, artmaking and the national collection.