Supernormal Supersensory Summer School Sing-Out

11 June 2016

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Venue: Meet at Dilston Grove, Southwest Corner of Southwark Park London Greater London SE16 2UA

Organiser: Charlie Fox, Anne Robinson and the Supersensory Summer School at Bermondsey Artists' Group

Charlie Fox (counterproductions): Charlie Fox is founder and director of interdisciplinary art platform counterproductions. counterproductions facilitates collaborative projects that generate new artistic culture, through experimental performance, engaged and visual art practices; creating work that offers the potential of an art for all. counterproductions research interests include collective models for creative education and/or art practice, transdisciplinary art, interactions between visual art and performance, performance affect, intervention and dialogical artistic practice. He is currently facilitating InspiralLondon (2015-2017) and working on an Interdependent School of Art & Humanity. Anne Robinson Anne Robinson’s experimental practice is concerned with the perception and politics of time passing: duration, frame, exposure, sound and movement. She holds a practice-led PhD:The Elusive Digital Frame and the Elasticity of Time in Painting. During 2013-15, shows included: Inside Out Blues for ‘Capital of Culture’ Marseilles, The Result of This Deception, Lumen Festival, Vital Excess, Cass London, Thrashing in the Static, CGP, Ghost On the Wire, Deptford X and Folkestone. She presented: Enlarger Than Life: Song-Films and Irrational Gestures at psi20 Shanghai and participated in GHost 13 at UA/CSM and Feminism and Subjectivities at UA/Chelsea. Curatorial projects: Over Time (2014) and Supernormal (2011-15).

Meet at DILSTON GROVE Supernormal Supersensory Summer School and the Bermondsey Artists’ Group invite you to spend an afternoon exploring songs, masks, collective consciousness, woodcrafty making and other delights Workshop participants will each make a megaphone/ masks taking inspiratons from Kibbo Kift, Dada and elsewhere and sharing songs in collective exchanges that will gradually become a masked, megaphoned choir As day turns to evening, the supersensory masked band of singers will move towards performing in the circular magic of the Bandstand/Woodhenge in the centre of the park..