World Building, 2016
A cinematic workshop
World Building developed at Djuirite (Mt Arapalies) as part of Arts House’s program Time Place Space:NOMAD in Wotjobaluk Country of the Wergeia Language Group in Dec 2016.
The plan for a creative activity at Mt. Arapilies took inspiration from the 5D Institute collaborative disciplinary approach to build a cinematic world to serve the story or stories we wanted to tell. In cinema, worldbuilding serves the story, not just plot. Which means the process supports mood, theme, conflict, character, culture, and setting. It doesn’t have to move only the sequence of events further. The details of the world we’ve created can and should engage with the whole narrative, not just action and event. We explore issues of scarcity, resilience, of place and nationhood, and art-making at Mt Arapilies in 2024: where the water almost reaches.
Short Film 3:00 (Coming Soon)
Artists: Marnie Badham, Ngioka Bunda-Heath, Sarah Aitken, Dan Koop, Natalie Abbott, Baden Hitchcock, Selena de Carvalho, Rachael Sooji Kim, Asha Bee Abraham, Greg Pritchard, Lorna Hannan & Cissi Tsang. Tech wizard: Luke Gleeson. Production/Direction: Sarah Jane Pell.
A future-focused workshop by Sarah Jane Pell #TPS16 Day 4
Time Place Space:NOMAD was supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria #TPS16 #TimePlaceSpaceNomad #ArtsHouseMelb
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