Art for performance

February 4, 2013 § Leave a comment


A lovely lady called Siobhán contacted me recently via Twitter to say that she has been using my drawings for her year 6 students work exploring ways of representing ‘art for performance’. The children then made their own printing equipment to create ‘movement’ prints.
Siobhán said that “Of all the artwork that we investigated they loved yours because of its simplicity and clarity. They particularly liked the way that you overlapped your figures in different formations and as you can see some children experimented with their own version of non-linear placement.”
Below are photographs that Siobhán took of the display of the children’s fantastic work – clearly some very talented young artists!
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