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    Minecraft spaces created by Year 5 students from Middlefield Primary Academy in a workshop with artist Jack Cornell in 2014 

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    Minecraft spaces created by Year 5 students from Middlefield Primary Academy in a workshop with artist Jack Cornell in 2014 

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    Minecraft spaces created by Year 5 students from Middlefield Primary Academy in a workshop with artist Jack Cornell in 2014 

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    Minecraft spaces created by Year 5 students from Middlefield Primary Academy in a workshop with artist Jack Cornell in 2014 

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    Minecraft spaces created by Year 5 students from Middlefield Primary Academy in a workshop with artist Jack Cornell in 2014 

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    Minecraft spaces created by Year 5 students from Middlefield Primary Academy in a workshop with artist Jack Cornell in 2014 

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    Minecraft spaces created by Year 5 students from Middlefield Primary Academy in a workshop with artist Jack Cornell in 2014 

Exploring the differences between the virtual experience of art and the real experience, students recreated artworks from the TATE collection using a mixture of analogue and digital techniques. 

Starting from virtual life drawing through 3D paper box renditions of sculptures to interactive works created in Minecraft. 

This workshop was based on the Fabricating Spaces activity from our second learning resource, downloadable from the resource section. 

If you would like to follow this activity and share your contributions with others, register on BP Art Exchange, join the Fabricating Spaces group and upload your images.