A two-day workshop for those with an interest in mobile technology and landscape. Using photography, video, audio and text functions on your mobile phone, explore and respond to the area between Tate Britain and Tate Modern. Document, edit, record and create en route, to evoke and share a sense of place.Taking inspiration from the Tate collection and Patrick Keiller’s new commission The Robinson Institute, get to grips with documentation tools and online sharing to map your physical and mental meanderings. Discover the tools that work for you and new ways to creatively explore landscape and a sense of place.
The workshop is part of Art Maps, a collaborative research project exploring art, place and mobile technology.
This event will involve going out on location, please let us know if you have any access requirements.
Light refreshments will be provided.