Remain present: the act of collective creativity in Hutong is a workshop-collaboration between artists and locals living in Hutong. Participants will collaborate together, working with concepts such as time, creativity, traditions, ephemerality, memories, instability and future.
Some locals and artists will be creating together a series of photographs with disposable cameras by inhabiting the area, exploring in their memories and taking action in the present in order to document their feelings. What would you like to remain for the future?
This workshop will be taking place the 3rd (10:30-12:30) and 4th of July (17:00-19:00). This event has limited availability please if you are interested in taking part contact email@example.com as soon as possible in order to reserve your place.
SEILA FERNÁNDEZ ARCONADA (Spain) is a multidisciplinary artist-researcher based in Bristol, United Kingdom. She has been a selected artist in international exhibitions such as Marrakech Biennial and Deptford X Contemporary Arts Festival in London. Her ongoing projects include art-research collaborations with science and arts exploring collaborative creative methods. She believes that art can have a unique contribution to social understanding of contemporary concerns operating as a language, generating dynamic relations and unfolding layers of coding. She is also co-organiser of Mixing Fields, an interdisciplinary collaborative platform with art and non-art specialists and funder of the collective FCF (Functional Collaborative Futures) in the UK. She has participated in Transnational Dialogues, an international programme between China, Brazil and Europe and just ended an art residency in Organhaus, Chongqing.