I have taught workshops in photography for 8 years. This one is one of my favorites. I tweak it a little every time.
The simple concept of the workshop is to push students to create spatial works in photography or video. There is one strict rule: no flat prints on the wall.
Through time, participants have worked with alternative processes such as liquid emulsion, transfer on plaster or textile, prints sewn together on a sewing machine, projections on glas, textile or soapwater – and many other cool processes. The results of this intense workshop always inspires and fascinates me.
The workshop is based on dialogue. We kick off with a 2-3 hours group exploration of concepts like presence, representation, sculpture, photography, phenomenology, technology and much more.