The Art of Looping: Ephemeral and tangible experiences expressed through costume, performance, spoken word, sound, choreography and action!
The workshop seeks to create new understandings and opportunities to encounter and exchange using mobile phones as a tool to foster interaction between participants and collective works using audiovisual looping as an artistic method.
Organised in an experimental and engaging format (we decide together at the start of the workshop) the different student groups create a theatre of making; processes of learning and unlearning, performed, documented and edited on the spot with their mobile phones.
Our stages will be the neighborhoods surrounding the university and the final composition will be informed by chance encounters over the 2 day workshop. Please bring 3 diverse texts you find engaging for your current practice, a mobile phone with video editing capabilities if you have it, otherwise we share.
BIOGRAPHY - Alexandra Murray-Leslie conducted her PhD research at Creativity and Cognition Studios, The University of Technology, Sydney and is co-founder of Chicks on Speed, an internationally renowned art ensemble. Alex’s current practice based research is Fashion Acoustics: wearable musical instrument design for live-art performance focussing on the development of computer enhanced footwear for arial dance practice and musical composition with possible health applications.
ATTENDANCE - This 2-day masterclass is offered by the Griffith Centre for Creative Arts Research for Queensland College of Art & Griffith Film School Higher Degree Researchers only.
ORGANISER - this event has been organised by Professor Susan Best, Director GCCAR and Dr Beck Davis, HDR Convenor QCA & GFS. If you have any questions about this event please contact Beck <firstname.lastname@example.org> (07) 3735 3150