Arts and Energy workshop – Monday 21 September Kaleider’s offices in Exeter
Energy is difficult to see, we are not used to looking for it’s visible effects on the world around us. Many energy experts talk about how this challenging facet of energy has an impact on people’s attitudes towards energy; we ignore it because we can’t see it. This workshop will invite participants to explore ways to represent our energy through creative practice and test ways we can communicate something more about the energy in a room.
Working with Chloe Uden and Tim Crook an energy specialist from Regen SW, participants will explore ways to represent the invisible energy flows in a room. We will then share the work we produce.
Materials will be supplied, but participants are invited to bring along materials/props/equipment that you think would be helpful and would enjoy working with.