NB: DUE TO COVID-19, A FINAL DATE FOR THIS EVENT WILL BE ANNOUNCED WHENEVER POSSIBLE
Do you want to experience artist’s methodology and working process? Then join our Workshop on Friday, December 11, when artist Jacob Remin presents and conducts an artistic examination of how we can give flesh to voices from below, voices that have been literally buried underground.
The workshop is developed by both Jacob Remin and artist David Gauthier, who unfortunately will not be present at this event. Remin will invite the participants on an exterior excursion to visit marked locations in and around the Meatpacking District. To collect inert matter and bring it back to Art Hub, to offer the silent material a voice.
During this session we will ask: How can the voice of the mute be heard? What type of ear does this voice call? How can we recover concepts precluded by modern sciences without falling hostage to them? Or with the words of philosopher Isabelle Stengers: “How can we reclaim ways of framing phenomena, objects and matter that have been rendered dubious by centuries of science?” (from “Reclaiming Animism”, 2012).
During the workshop, food and drinks are being served.
ABOUT WORKSHOPS AT ART HUB
At Art Hub’s workshops we invite an artist or art group to develop and hold a workshop that is open to the public and gives participants the opportunity to experience artists’ methodology and working process – a good way to experience the diverse ways different contemporary artists work live. Art Hub workshops can be held on our own premises, in the artist’s studio, in the city or forest, on the beach, or somewhere else entirely.