2018 02.25 THE URN workshop DUBLIN
ZeroWaste Festival ABC Drumcondra
from 2 to 4 pm
IMPERMANENCE by McBett
three pieces exhibition of conceptual found/reused objects will be on show for the day
1-Cailighte agus Faighte / Lost & Found (graywashed drawers with the horse market photos and few bigger panels on recycled foamboard)
2-DCD Dublin Conversation Drawers (whitewashed drawers with dental insertions and plaster)
3-Rebus Frase ( tought-provoking whitewashed foldable chairs )
to release a meaning
from 2 to 4 pm:
Screening of the documentary
According to This Resistance
by Therese Dalton
endeavours of concepual / sustainable / freebuy / freetrade art
the way I reuse/recycle materials and objects
the setting of works in contex
the concept of impermanence
an open dialogue with the environment
We'll prepare a panel alterning recycled jars and drawers
the public can work on one jar or drawer each (or shelf of drawer, if more people, ar fo a collective work)
to fill them with their contents and personal mementos which they must bring on the day or create with material i will provide.
The Urn is a collaborative art workshop facilitated by artist McBett,
where we will explore the changes we are making on our journey to zero waste.
Bring something that represents your personal journey (or craft something from the waste materials supplied),
every individual contribution will be crafted together to form one piece ...see this video for a similar work by the artist
This workshop is part of the Zero Waste Spring Clean Festival.
A day-long pass for workshops and talks is required and can be bought on Eventbrite here:
Spaces are limited and we cannot guarantee availability of tickets.
The pass entitles you to entry into as many workshops as you like on the day, but you must sign up in advance on the day.
This event is sponsored by Smallchanges Wholefoods Store,
who will give a discount to workshop and talk ticket holders on the day.