FRAGMENTATION / AMALGAMATION / TRANSFORMATION
This is a serial workshop. It will be held in person at NoBo art center in Boulder, CO and virtually on Zoom. Zoom information is included in the PDF provided to you at checkout.
- July 28, 6:30pm MDT
- August 18, 6:30pm MDT
This workshop is FREE. You will have to enter some information, but you will not be charged. You may make a donation here if you would like to support collective.aporia. If you wish for your donation to support Innisfree, please send a note to email@example.com and let us know.
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This workshop is part of the Innisfree Workshop Series, hosted and conceived in collaboration with Jennifer Loren, east window, and collective.aporia. It is part of a larger project on the theme of disgust. More information can be found at the following link: https://eastwindow.org/disgust
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP
The theme of disgust (or dvesha from the yogic perspective), the ways it manifests within individuals and the collective, and its ultimate transmutation and subversion will be examined and explored utilizing techniques of:
- Cut up, collage, and mixed media to deconstruct/reconstruct text(s) + image(s) + perceptions
- Divinatory poetic techniques to uncover the hidden messages + works that lie dormant within source materials
Elements of self-inquiry and shadow work form the foundation of this deep dive into writing into, disassembling, and reassembling the things that revolt and repel us, urging us to think outside of the boxes of limiting beliefs that hold us hostage both personally and creatively. This process allows us to identify, acknowledge, re-imagine, and integrate our perception of the dark and vulnerable corners of ourselves in a fun, playful, and hands-on way.
ABOUT YOUR FACILITATOR
Jen/nifer Loren (she/her/hers) is a multi-lingual mixed-media artist + writer + musician living in Boulder, Colorado. She is a graduate of both the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics and the Yoga Studies program at Naropa University and spent time studying South American Literature at NYU Buenos Aires. As well as being an artist, Jennifer is a yogini, light-worker, and practitioner of divination.
Jennifer’s work focuses on the intersection of
Experimenting with personal, visceral, mantric, and rhythmic themes, Jennifer’s work is characterized by the exploration and synthesis of divinatory and creative techniques. Creating storylines and landscapes by layering and arranging fragments—be they textual, linguistic, or sonic—her work is driven by a passion for investigating and discovering the mystical relationships, messages and patterns that reveal themselves between words, images, notes, and people.
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