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Starting May 26, four Sunday KIDS DAYs will be dedicated to exploring the sense of touch. After a brief introduction to the Braille alphabet, participants will be invited to render a piece from the collection into a tactile form.
May 26, 3 pm
HOW I SEE YOU
Read through touch with your hands
Workshop on Robert Motherwell’s Personage (Autoportrait)
. Using a variety of tools and materials, participants will reinterpret the piece to give it haptic, as well as visual, value.
June 2, 3 pm
LEAVE YOUR MARK
Workshop to better understand the material quality of lines and shapes, using various instruments to create marks, imprints, and engravings, in the vein of Jackson Pollock’s Enchanted Forest
June 9, 3 pm
CUT AND TEAR
Reading with our hands
Workshop tearing, cutting, and putting holes where two-dimensional markings once stood. See what it’s like to be Lucio Fontana
for a day!
June 16, 3 pm
FOLLOW THE SHAPE
Exploring with our hands
Workshop undoing and redoing compositions of variously colored shapes in order to reinterpret Jean Dubuffet’s The Armchair II
with a variety of materials, and therefore to understand the haptic, as well as visual, value of the piece.