Booking is required for all workshops | BOOK HERE Engaging with Formative Fluidity This workshop
Booking is required for all workshops | BOOK HERE
Engaging with Formative Fluidity
Facilitated by Simon Charter and Philip Kilner
We – Simon Charter, Nigel Wells and Philip Kilner – learned from and collaborated with the late John Wilkes (1930-2011), based at Emerson College in E Sussex, UK. He was the artist-scientist who developed Flowforms. These are sculpted surfaces that guide streaming water into vortical and rhythmically fluctuating patterns of flow. John Wilkes had himself collaborated with Theodor Schwenk, the author of “Sensitive Chaos”. We have each adopted, developed and applied in different fields (including sculpted flow installations, landscaping, effluent water management, agriculture, education and cardiovascular research) the methods of inquiry and practical engagement conveyed to us by these creative pioneers.
(Thursday) 15:40 - 18:10
F: Other location
Dartington Hall, Totnes, Devon TQ9 6EN