Workshop: Broersen & Lukács
Get inspired by the visual language of Broersen & Lukács and create your own unique image.

In their work, Broersen & Lukács investigate the relationship between humankind and nature. The duo has made a three-part installation especially for this exhibition, which will be exhibited for the first time together with other renowned works consisting of video footage, installation and graphic work.

The workshop starts with a participatory tour through the exhibition of Broersen & Lukács, during which you will get inspired by the theme and work ethic of the artists. Inspired by this tour, you will then start working on the assignment of the workshop. Through the mindset and work method of the artists you will reflect upon your immediate surroundings. Investigate how, based upon your own experience, humankind relates itself to nature and more specifically the urban environment of the city center of Amsterdam. You will start by making a portrait of a passer-by whilst focusing on the background. Based upon this portrait you will come up with additional sceneries, which you will record as photographs. Together with the portrait, you will create your own analogue visual story, by combining these prints along the work ethic of Broersen & Lukács.

Establishing Eden (Video Still), 2016 © Broersen & Lukács / Courtesy of AKINCI

The workshop will finish with showing and discussing each other’s results. That way you learn from each other and you can begin to recognize your own style. All results will be sent to you digitally and of course you can take your analogue work with you.

There is a limited amount of spots available, so be sure to sign up in time. Tickets are only valid for reserved dates. The workshop is available in Dutch and English. The English version will be held on 1 December and the Dutch version will be held on 12 January. Please make sure you choose the right date when signing up, as it is not possible to change dates or cancel without charge after your purchase has been made.

Foam provides Olympus OM-D cameras for this workshop. Of course, you are free to use your own camera if preferable. In that case, remember to bring a fully charged battery, an empty SD card and a transfer cable. The use of your own materials is at your own risk.

Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Gemeente Amsterdam, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.

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Workshop: Broersen & Lukács