#WalesLab - A DIY Manual for Falling in Love with Objects

I'm very excited that in less than a month I'll be starting my WalesLab project A DIY Manual for Falling in Love with Objects. Normally identifying as a visual artist I'm excited about developing as a 'Live' artist.

For the last year I have been finding new ways to talk with ‘things’. I had a date with a plate, a holiday romance with a lighthouse and a rebound relationship with a paint roller. During my WalesLab project I will be starting to develop a ‘how to’ guide incorporating performance and video. The lovely choreographer Jo Fong will be collaborating with me.

I'll be resident at Cardiff MADE from 13th-17th May and the final day will see a sharing event where all will be welcome to see what I've been up to. 

Feel free to comment or ask questions below ... more details/ videos/images/ links to info. to follow soon!

This will be a free ticketed event please join the Facebook event for up to date info on how to book a slot closer to the time here or contact me via the community. 


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Comment by Heloise Godfrey-Talbot on April 24, 2015 at 0:21

Hi Gavin, well I thought it went really well at the time but we haven't seen each other since. Now it feels like maybe too much time has passed to pick up where we left off.  I think it may be because this particular plate is at the National Museum, we're never just going to bump into each other!  If you come to my sharing on Sunday 17th at MADE one of the things I'll be doing is showing a little film I made about our time together and sharing techniques I created to initiate conversation. Would be great to see you there!

Comment by Gavin Porter on April 23, 2015 at 2:33

Hi Heloise, how did you date with the plate go? I'd love to know more 

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