From October 6 to 8, London-based artist Liane Lang will give a workshop on creating experimental video using techniques such as animation and time-lapse.
Animacy Agency Artifice
Over three days participants will have the opportunity to develop ideas around the moving image, stop motion and video installation, through practical workshops, screenings and short experimental pieces. There will be opportunities to discuss ideas and find new ways of working with digital cameras, lighting and on location.
Artists will require some sketching material for story boarding, a camera, tripod and an external hard drive to save their files. A smartphone with a software such as istopmotion or similar will work, an slr can be used.
It is recommended to bring a laptop with editing software (Premiere, Final Cut, etc.) to compile and edit your work.
Dates: October 6, 7 & 8.
Times: 10 am to 2 pm
Registration: 15 €. Send CV, data and tlf. to: email@example.com. Limited places.
Liane Lang is a mixed media artist with a focus on memorialisation and the animacy of the figure in sculpture. Lang was educated at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, took a BA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, London, and an MFA at the Royal Academy Schools, London graduating in 2006. She has exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally, including the Kunsthalle Tübingen, James Simon Gallery, Berlin, Musée de Beaux Arts Calais, PS1 New York, Kunstwerke, Berlin and Kunstverein Heidelberg. She won the Photofusion Award, the Tooth Travel Award and the Selina Cheneviere Prize. In 2019 she completed a six-month fellowship at Fundacion BilbaoArte in Spain. 2018 has seen a solo show in London at James Freeman Gallery and her work was included in From Life at the Royal Academy of Arts. She presented a solo exhibition at Lian Zhou Foto Festival in 2018. In 2019 she exhibited a major installation at Kunsthalle Tübingen, Germany as part of Come Back and at the prestigious new James Simon Gallery, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, as part of Nah am Leben. Her work is held in numerous public and private collections, such as MoMA, V&A, The Art Institute of Chicago, Arts Council England, Royal Academy of Arts, the Saatchi Collection, Deutsche Bank, Kunstverein Bregenz, Ernst and Young and the Collection of the Kunstamt Spandau, Berlin.