Distorted Landscape, The Liquid Game Schools Programme 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Let yourself go: Artwork by St Luke’s C of E Primary School

The Liquid Game Schools Programme

Online Exhibition

The Stanley Picker Gallery is pleased to present Let yourself go, an online presentation, preceded by a one-day exhibition of artworks, made by Year 6 pupils from St Luke’s C of E Primary School, Kingston, who as part of the Stanley Picker Gallery’s Schools’ Programme, participated in a series of Gallery-based workshops inspired by The Liquid Game, an immersive and multi-sensory installation by Stanley Picker Fellows, Boudicca (Zowie Broach and Brian Kirkby) which takes influence from by the Gallery’s cultural history and island location along the Hogsmill River.

Throughout this programme pupils learnt about the duo’s practice, influences and creative processes, while sharing their individual interpretations and ideas through listening activities, drawing and discussion. Inspired by Boudicca, and before them John Everett Millais (1829-1896) pupils explored the riverbank, sketching and collecting other visual and digital material for transformation into their own distorted landscapes, featured in the slideshow above, and interactive installations, the filmed outcomes of which can be viewed by clicking through the links below.

Fast Flow by Sunflies: Eva Maley, Kate Hickman, Tristan Galvin-Sparks, Maya Hall-Balfourth, Praveena Uthayakumar, James McLinden, Edward Hawkins, Margot Churchill & Libby Galatin-Paul

The River to Heaven by The Rivven: Kayra Furkan Aldemir, Minseo Song, Felicity Canning, Molly Burns, & Christopher Butcher

Liquid Flow by Raining Fish: Rufus Bibbs, George Bartley, Tristan Du Pille, Ethan Duff, Henry Farmer, Salma Shabana, Harvey Jeffrey, Rosie Stiles, Tara Johnson, Alice Warrington & James Underwood

Flowing Horizon by Silver Cilbs: Charlotte Kirkup, Izzy Webb, Lara Sawyer, Bailey Blatchley & Seda Tezgel


Get Involved

For more information about this project and others please contact Natalie Kay on 020 8417 4074 or email n.kay@kingston.ac.uk.

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