Throughout the centuries, sculpture has been inspired by the human body and movement. Using various forms and compositions, sculpture was able to express the immutable and the monumental, but also the ephemeral and the abstract.
This workshop invites the public to explore the interconnection of sculpture and dance through the use of simple, everyday materials, such as paper, wood, wire and plaster – this is a fun opportunity for participants to explore the history of art.
In September's meetings, participants will experiment with plaster, wire and wood constructions, assembling them using the tools they used in previous sessions. In this way, they will approach post-war minimalist sculpture, Arte Povera and conceptual art, while taking a look at works by Richard Serra, Jannis Kounellis, Takis and Susumu Shingu, of course, whose sculptures grace SNFCC.
Design-Implementation: Pavlos Nikolakopoulos, Artist
Friday 06/09 | 18.30-21.30
Friday 20/09 | 18.30-21.30
Up to 20 participants
Free admission by online preregistration (the workshop is conducted in Greek)
For the workshops held from 01/09 to 08/09, preregistration starts on Monday 26/08 at 12.00
For the workshops held from 16/09 to 22/09, preregistration starts on Monday 09/09 at 12.00