Only those who have the patience to do simple things perfectly ever acquire the skill to do difficult things easily. James J. Corbett

Description

The workshop has several activities for learning and thinking about all the things that are making with dot and lines. “Superpower point”, “Floating lines”, “Let’s move the point.”

Those creative exercises included theories about movement and techniques with the camera.

Methodology

-to think about simples shapes: dots & lines

-to put those simplest form in movement

-to register the result

Aims

To discover the creative power of dot and line by exploring its possible facets.

To incorporate plays the abstraction by developing the expressive ability of primary forms

To learn simple and fun techniques for developing creative though.

 

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