Come and take part in Thermalogues, a unique creative two-day opportunity to work with film makers Tom Stubbs and Stephen Clarke of biggerhouse film.
…as the heat of a warm handprint on a wall dissipates, a ‘Thermalogue’ appears out of the darkness… we are going to take a new way of seeing, a lens for ‘seeing energy’, and make artistic responses with it.
biggerhouse film are collaborating with friends of Taunton Transition Town to make four x 60 second ‘Thermalogues’ exploring their relationship to energy.
The ‘Thermalogues’ will combine pictures using a thermal imaging camera with the sound of voices talking and explaining what is both seen and not seen.
- What are people thinking as they learn to see the world differently?
- What is going on in people’s minds as they explore their understanding of ‘energy’?
- what happens as they try and invite others to see energy with their new eyes? – How they both use and waste it?
Day One: Saturday 3 March, 10-4, St James Church Hall (behind Brewhouse Theatre). A workshop with Tom and Stephen for all participants to explore the potential of thermal imaging. You will reflect together on your relationship with energy, and capture emerging creative ideas for different “thermalogues”.
Day Two: participants will be split into four smaller groups, with each group working on one Thermalogue. Groups will work with either Tom or Stephen on ONE of the following days: Saturday 10 March; Sunday 11 March; Saturday 17 March; Sunday 18 March. Location will depend on what images you will want to create.
The resulting Thermalogues will be premiered at our Open Space event at The Genesis Centre on 24 March, put up on our website, YouTube and other online places, and may also form part of a wider Transition creative programme.
ONLY 12 PLACES AVAILABLE FOR THIS PRETTY AMAZING OPPORTUNITY and you get first dibs before we go public!
Cost: £10 for the whole thing
Booking: via Brewhouse Box Office – in person, or by phone on 01823 283244 or website – http://www.thebrewhouse.net/outdoor/1329/thermalogues
This project is supported with funding from the Local Energy Assessment Fund.