Call for participants for artist-led workshops - capture Shoreditch on film!
We invite you to join us to revisit businesses interviewed in last year's Social Archive One project as well as meeting new residents to find out what changes they think the Olympics have brought in the 2nd instalment of Iniva’s Social Archive project.
There have been lots of developments in Shoreditch, including the opening of Boxpark shopping centre, Hackney House and several new shops popping up to take advantage of the Olympic traffic. But what do the locals think?
Artists Undocumentary (Shiraz Bayjoo and Jessica Harrington) will run workshops in which you will make films interviewing local people, contributing to an online archive.
The films created will be displayed in an exhibition at Rivington Place from 12 - 21 July and will be available to view online.
Watch films created in Social Archive One: An Economic Forecast (2011).
The format of the day includes a de-brief on the aims of the project, followed by the filming of a series of interviews with local residents, businesses and visitors. Groups are lead by the artists and you will be part of a small team of participants.
NB. You can book as many workshops as you wish, each takes the same format but deals with different subjects. This is not a filmmaking workshop; you will be working alongside the artists to create the films, rather than learning filmmaking techniques. Suitable for 16+.
Saturday 23 June 1-5pm. £5 (£3 concs)
Saturday 30 June 1-5pm. £5 (£3 concs)
Thursday 5 July 6-9pm. £5 (£3 concs)
Art & Economies
Social Archive Two is part of Iniva project, At the Intersection: Art and Economies, a three year initiative exploring critical and creative approaches to economics.
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