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Royal College of Physicians Open House
Sat 21 September @ 9:45 am - 5:00 pm BSTFree
The human breath is the source of a wide range of chemical, auditory and physical exchanges with the environment. will explore the creation and context of works exhibited in the exhibition, drawing on outcomes of several varied collaborations as well as allowing participants the opportunity to take part in a global breathing workshop which coincides with the event.
She will explore the quest to make material the dynamics of the ephemeral human breath using 2D, 3D and 4D media and will lead a workshop allowing participants to explore making their own breath visible and making permanent a trace of this usually transitory process. Participants will be invited to investigate the breath’s ability to facilitate communication and will allow participants to experience processes used to create work exhibited in the current exhibition.
This event is taking place on the Open House day, which will be the final opportunity for visitors to explore the exhibition in London before it makes its way to Bristol. You can book your place onto this event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/open-house-london-at-the-royal-college-of-physicians-tickets-61932501780
View more info about this event and others on our website: https://catchyourbreath.org/event/workshop-and-talk-catch-your-breath/
Programme for the Day
09:45 The Royal College of Physicians opens
09:45 – 17:00 exhibition is open
09:45 – 17:00 Open Studio with Jayne Wilton
10:30 – 11:30 Catch your Breath! artist workshop with Jayne Wilton
11:30 – 12:00 exhibition tour with curatorial team & Jayne Wilton
13:30 – 14:30 Catch your Breath! artist workshop with Jayne Wilton
14:30 – 15:00 exhibition tour with curatorial team
16:45 Last entry to the Royal College of Physicians
17:00 The Royal College of Physicians closes
Throughout the day, visitors will have the opportunity to drop into the open studio and record their breath in both 3D and 2D using print-making processes and clay modelling. This workshop is based on ‘s work on words carried from the mouth by our breath, in particular her 3D print and the animation from which the piece was created.
The open studio is located in the Platt Room on the Lower Ground Floor. Suitable for all ages and abilities. However, children must be supervised by an adult.
Catch your Breath! (with Jayne Wilton) at 10:30 & 13:30
This workshop has been designed to allow participants to explore processes used by in the creation of her etched copper plates and will allow participants to use print-making techniques to create prints of their breath. Participants will use different inks and processes to explore 3 different approaches to recording traces of the breath.
This workshop is located in the Platt Room on the Lower Ground Floor. Suitable for all ages and abilities. However, children must be supervised by an adult.
Artist tour in the gallery (with Jayne Wilton) at 11:30
will discuss the concept and processes behind her work exhibited within the exhibition. Wilton will discuss her collaboration with the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital rb&hArts Team that resulted in the , her collaboration with the project and how it resulted in the blown glass form: where she extended her focus from making visible the dynamics of the spent breath, to taking on the full breathing cycle. Wilton will also discuss her inspiration to create 3D prints of the breath, in particular which is exhibited in the exhibition.
The tour will be held in theexhibition on the 1st Floor. Suitable for all ages and abilities. However, children must be supervised by an adult.
is a visual artist who explores the breath the exchange between people and their environments. Her practice uses darkroom processes with drawing, photography, video and sound to capture the usually invisible trace of breath as it moves across a surface. She graduated with an MA from The Slade School of Fine Art in 2010 and has shown extensively in the UK and abroad. Previous collaborations include working with . During 2014, she was awarded an Arts Council Grant for the Arts to work with Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to . Jayne is currently collaborating with the project and was commissioned in 2016 by for that year.