Workshops in English
Art Practice as Research
The overall aim of this workshop is to explore creativity within research and to identify opportunities to use artistic methods within the research process.
In this interactive workshop we will explore what creativity is, why we should do research in our art, why we should be creative in our research and how we can introduce research in our artistic practice and methods. Participants will be actively experimenting with creative research methods and the process of building art projects based on research.
We will explore creativity within research and identify opportunities to use artistic methods within the research process. Participants will actively work with creative research methods and the research-based art project construction process. We will explain what creativity is, why we should investigate during the performance of our artistic work, why we should be creative in our research, and how we can introduce research into our artistic practice and methods.
Date: SEPTEMBER 2020
Time: 10:30 am to 7 pm
Price: 60 € (includes vegan lunch and access to all workshop materials)
Workshop size: 6 pax
Conducted by: Carlos Alba (Madrid, 1984) is a visual artist based in Madrid who works with photography and video. He uses the image as a record and support for his research and art work, which is focused on human relations in the contemporary world.
In 2018, he received Honors in the MA in Photographic Arts from the University of the Arts London. In 2019, he was granted a scholarship to study a Photography and Curation course at The Photographer's Gallery in London.
He has conducted workshops and talks at BlankPaper Madrid, CFC Bilbao, Landskrona Photo Festival in Sweden, KABK The Hague in Holland, Peckham 24 in London, and more.
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