Responding to Sebastian Hicks’ Chapel of Many which will be in the Cathedral Ruins until the 23rd June, artist Anton Mirto will lead a movement & material-led workshop for students of architecture, design, dance, sculpture, costume & beyond.
Through simple improvised movement we will:
– Elongate & reflect the Pavilions inherent geometries by connecting ourselves to it with stretched nylon.
– Explore fabric as a tool to create new patterns, relationships, counterpoints & readings.
SCAFFOLDING sees extended bodies move to an invisible set of instructions, merging body, geometrics, meaning & space, exploring such themes as restriction, identity & attachment.
This culminates in an improvised performance at 6:30 pm.
Free to attend | For more information on Coventry Welcomes Festival 2019, please visit coventrywelcomes.co.uk