Make Space Summer Project 2015

 

Make Space is designed for aspiring artists (aged 18-24) who wish to expand and explore themselves and their creative abilities through site-responsive contemporary performance-making. 

Across four weeks (two in July and two in September) participants worked collaboratively with and from a chosen site, to experiment in the making of their own work. 

Make Space 2015 was the third in a series of vocational summer projects run by Artsadmin and artist Nic Green. In 2015, the project invited participants to consider the idea of ‘perspective’. A word with multiple meanings, the group worked to explore this theme through performance, in relation to site and space. 

Photo by Oliver Rudkin.

Photo by Oliver Rudkin.

Blog Post:

Make Space: Summer Project 2015

Our Make Space participants blog about their time with Nic Green.

Blog Post:

Make Space: Hanna Tuulikki

The first in a weekly series of reflections, responses and critical writing inspired by the Make Space programme, exploring the potentials of ‘place’ and rejecting the pressures of ‘productivity.’

Blog Post:

Make Space: Participant Reflections

"Our world is rigged so that the space you do have is never quite enough."

The participants of Making More Space reflect on their experiences at Eel Pie Island in this final blog post in the Make Space series.

Photo by Oliver Rudkin.

Photo by Oliver Rudkin.

Photo by Oliver Rudkin.

Photo by Oliver Rudkin.

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