07 Feb Sneak Peak before next week: Creative starting points – how would you respond?
These are the first 3 starting points we will use to create material for our show Time as we develop it next week. How would you respond? On Monday we will do a video call out with some of our visual examples, but if you are already inspired and got ideas; send us your images, videos, drawings, animations, music or comments (see below how) to inspire us! The best submissions will be shown on our Live Stream on Thursday 13th of February, 6 pm, at http://hackneylive.co.uk/.
Images of Time
What is the first image you get in your mind if you think about Time? Send us a photo, drawing or just describe to us what you see and we’ll find a representation.
Time froze / How slow can Time Flow?’
Can you create a 6 seconds Vine video, a 15 seconds Instagram video or a 1 minute Youtube video to convey the feeling of time slowing down or stopping? It can be a choreography, an animation, or a film of the rain falling down outside of your window…
Time Flying/ How fast can Time run past?
Can you create a 6 seconds Vine video, a 15 seconds Instagram video or a 1 minute Youtube video to convey the feeling of Time speeding up, time running away from you? Use any of the below links to submit your contribution:
Follow, interact and react on:
Twitter/Vine: Mimbre_Acrobats (#mimbretime)
Instagram: Mimbreacrobats (#mimbretime)
TIME Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/
YouTube: Mimbreacrobats (max length of video 1 minute)
The submissions do not have to be polished or professional, just have fun! It is a way for us to get to know what people think about time, take inspiration from how you would portray time and to share this exciting first part of the creation process with other people! We will use the same questions as our creative starting points, between myself, 2 acrobats, animator Magali Charrier, graphic designer Jamie Currey, a bunch of talented young people and a street-dancer Frank Wilson – so you will have a chance to follow how we respond to it too. The ideas will feed into our creation of a new show called Time which we are planning for 2015 – so this is just the beginning!
Lina Johansson Artistic Director for Mimbre and Time