Jellyfish, Thinking, Feeling,

Image Credit: Still from, A cap, like water, transparent fluid yet with definite body, 2018. H.D video, 14m45s. Bryony Gillard with contributions from Autobitch, Viki Browne, Maggie Nicols, Danni Spooner and D-M Withers.

The Exchange, Penzance

+441736363715
info@newlynartgallery.co.uk
http://newlynartgallery.co.uk/activities/jellyfish/

Saturday 13 October 2018
10am - 12pm
Admission Fee: £5
Booking essential
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In partnership with Hypatia Trust, artist Bryony Gillard will explore the relationships between peripheral landscapes, female experience, sexuality, and creativity, drawing on the writings of the Modernist poet, and Isles of Scilly resident, H.D. (Hilda Doolittle).

Through a series of performative exercises, we will collectively explore what our own jelly-fish experiences might be, and how we might use the spaces between poetry, prose, improvisation and autobiography to translate experiences that exist beyond the visible or thinkable.

£5 with funded places available for those on limited means. Booking through Eventbrite.

This workshop is aimed at people identifying as female or non-binary.

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