Cameraless film-making workshop:
What happens when what we draw is transformed by a machine to become a fleeting image – is this still our mark? When we understand what changes in projection can we develop a skill so that we have some control over the experience of the viewer? We will also explore what happens when we introduce sound with the hand drawn moving image, noticing how we instinctively will sound and image to fall into sync through our innate propensity to entrain our perception. We will consider sound/image making and sound/image perception as an integrated, embodied and interactive process.
At the end of this workshop we hope that we will have isolated some of the things that we do when we draw – process, perception and reflection - in a way that liberates the idea of drawing from making something that looks like something else.
Drawing on film is lead by artist Jacqui Knight and cognitive psychologist Sue Denham, with technical support by Guy Edmonds and Rupert Allen