back to where we have not quite been: Visual Matrix

29 November 2015, 3.00 PM - 29 November 2015, 5.00 PM

Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA

A participatory workshop using psychoanalysis to explore the notion of 'resilience'.

As part of their four day project entitled, back to where we have not quite been, join Fourthland for a Visual Matrix event.

In a final reflection session hosted by Dr Julian Manley, join in on this opportunity to creatively think about the wider meanings and feelings, impacts and associations of 'resilience'. The session will encourage a shared visual and imaginative thinking to make links with the objects and occurrences within the show and things encountered throughout the project.

Dr Julian Manley has a special interest in Social Dreaming and related ways of encouraging dialogue through images and associations and has worked on a range of projects with artists, producers and audiences in this context.

Please arrive early to explore the exhibition before the event. 

back to where we have not quite been is a four day event staged at Arnolfini which brings together sculpture, performance, song, and workshops. Find out more about back to where we have not quite been here.

This event is free to attend but you must register.

Bookings via Arnolfini box office on Office +44 (0)117 917 2300.


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Fourthland is a London-based art practice that explores themes across anthropology, myth and social architecture through a series of participatory and performative projects. Their work, with a focus on ‘acts of care’ and ‘handheld knowledge’, uses traditional craft and performance to interrupt public and private space to form new ways of communing across cultures and disciplines.

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