Wednesday 9 February 11.30-13.00 GMT
Friday 11 February 14.00-15.30 GMT
Event cancelled due to illness
Join friends and collaborators Julie Cleves and Robbie Synge in a workshop that playfully considers moving together.
Based on some of the questions and challenges they have encountered through their exploration of accessing different places and spaces together, they will ask: where do our distinct and overlapping priorities lie and where might design and solo/cooperative embodied approaches have relevance?
This workshop is aimed at anyone interested in considering how we might physically cooperate with each other, though not necessarily through close physical contact. An inclusive and considerate approach will be prioritised with sensitivity and respect towards personal choices and distancing.
The workshop will begin at BALTIC’s main entrance with a warm welcome and introduction before moving outside (weather permitting) to pursue some questions through talking and moving around the surfaces and architectural features. A break will allow us to relocate to an indoor Level 1 space where further points of experimentation including architectural features will guide exploration, discussion and/or observation as comfortable.
The number of participants is limited to 10 for each workshop and will last for 90 minutes.
Please meet Julie and Robbie inside BALTIC’s main entrance promptly at the start time of the workshop ready to begin.
We want our events to be inclusive and accessible. This event can be supported by a British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreter. You can let us know about any requirements you have when you book your ticket.
Ahead of your visit, you can find out about BALTIC's facilities and accessibility here.
Presented with the CONTINUOUS Network