Saturday 20 April 2019 11:30
In this workshop, participants engage with the important Greek sculptor’s structures, materials and styles to render imaginative compositions in a variety of materials he used in his works.
Making reference to the sculptural legacy of geometric abstraction, the perforated textures and airy forms of Zongolopoulos’ iconic work, Diaphragm (Merlin’s Panels), standing over 3m tall and 10m long, participants will design and arrange individual parts into an assemblage, evoking kinetic and airy forms inspired by the geometrical patterns in this sculpture.
Design–Implementation: Theodore Zafeiropoulos, Artist
Elisavet Chelidoni, Artist – Special Education Teacher
Saturday 20/04, 11.30-12.30, 12.30-13.30, 13.30-14.30
For children 7+, young persons and families, with or without disabilities
Up to 25 participants per hour
Free admission on a first-come first-served basis