I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be giving a workshop in Toronto, Canada at the end of this month!
Join me at InterAccess on July 26 for the first in the “Social in the Studio” series.
The first in InterAccess’ new “Social in the Studio” series invites you to come and work on projects alongside an artist in our community, because making together is both more fun and more critical. Or as Matt Ratto has said, “Critical making emphasizes the shared acts of making rather than the evocative object. The final prototypes are not intended to be displayed and to speak for themselves. Instead, they are considered a means to an end, and achieve value though the act of shared construction, joint conversation, and reflection.”
Michelle’s session in the studio will investigate a Pop Art hero, pizza, and glitchy 3D models. Bring your own smartphones with Autodesk 123D Catch installed and objects you want to capture for printing (or whatever else you’re working on). Part of the conversation over the course of the session will also look at what it means to be a “practising artist”, taking career breaks (to have other careers), and finding the threads of your practice that are always there, no matter the media.