Assembly of Actions: Learning to DO

Paul Alexander Stewart (Photographer)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Assembly of Actions is a co-produced group performance involving tools and techniques to question democracy, site, power and ownership. Influenced by alternative art school strategies and methodologies to art making, the Assembly will consider and develop collective and individual response to nature and the environment. Through tangible and intangible actions including movement, text, speech, sound and empathy. Through the course of our performance, we will work through positions of unfamiliarity - our relationships with one another; the aesthetics we collectively adhere to; the dynamics of the space we are occupying; our comfort in expressing ourselves in a shared space. The purpose is to use the below tools to expand on how nature has voice in democracy and how to make visible the effects we have on plant and animal life in our day to day actions. Held at the Hatton Gallery as part of the Ignorant Art School Exhibition and a research element of the Assembly of Actions research project.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherHatton Gallery
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2022

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