Glasgow Zine Fest
Slow letters to the future: An anthotype image making workshop
Sun 9 July 2023
Image: Jules Scheele
Join A+E for a hands-on workshop that practices slowness as an act of resistance.
“On the juice of Plumbago auriculata the lavender and violet rays produced a pale brown image; the indigo rays had no effect, while all the rest of the image under the mean and least refrangible rays was blue and indigo.” Mary Somerville.
Amid the mass consumption of images and the permanent carbon cost of data storage, the anthotype represents a more transient and precarious form of artistic production and expression. In tune with GZF’s DIY spirit, we’ll experiment with sunlight, stencils and temporalities of exposure to create ephemeral letters to the future through images which cannot be 'fixed'. Layered with the atmospheric, chemical phenomena of the present these letters will become quiet and intimate acts of care and resistance.
About the facilitator:
A+E is a group of creatives (currently Finn Arschavir, Ane Lopez, Maria Sledmere and Lucy Watkins) working in design, film, food and writing, coming together to awaken people’s imaginations and investment in a better world. As a collective they produce and facilitate a myriad of multidisciplinary events, including workshops, reading sessions, meditative gatherings and film screenings. They specialise in digital and print design, creative writing, critical theory, publishing and curating.
There will be 14 attendees maximum, and the event will feature comfort breaks. During this event, attendees will participate in: hands on activities
This event will take place at the Centre for Contemporary Arts on Sauchiehall Street. For information about venue accessibility at the CCA please visit their website.
You may be asked to wear a mask at this event.
If you have any questions or access requirements, please get in touch with us via email@example.com
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