2 November 2019
Time: 2pm to 5pm
Explore how to use photo-collage to create new meanings and narratives from images, with artist Cherelle Sappleton.
This hands-on workshop will take inspiration from Autograph’s current exhibition by Lina Iris Viktor and her use of tactile, intricately layered surfaces to imagine new narratives of blackness and the body.
You’re encouraged to bring your own photographs, family snaps, archives or found images to feed into the creative process. Reproductions from Autograph’s archive will also be provided.
The afternoon will start with a guided exhibition tour of Some Are Born To Endless Night — Dark Matter, and end with an opportunity to share and reflect on the process and resulting creations.
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2:00pm Guided tour of Lina Iris Viktor exhibition
2:20pm Introduction: Cherelle Sappleton
2:45pm Artist led workshop
Workshop materials will be provided.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own images – printed on paper – to use in the collage process during the workshop.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Cherelle Sappleton is a visual artist and melophile living and working in London. Her practice centres on photographic media with an interest in feminist agendas and performance utilising abstraction and surrealist aesthetics.
Blending these elements together, the work she makes uses the black female body as a starting point to explore and respond to issues of representation, agency and the materiality of photographs via collage, moving image and photography.
Her current exhibition Semblance is currently at Sutton House, London.
ACCESSIBILITY AT AUTOGRAPH
Everyone is welcome at Autograph. Our building Rivington Place is an accessible space with a step-free entrance at street level, and a lift to all floors. Unisex, accessible toilets are located on all floors.
Carers receive a free ticket when they accompany the person they care for. Please contact us to book.
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Supported using public funding by Arts Council England. Also supported by The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Image: Cherelle Sappleton, 2019. Courtesy of Oliver Holms.