Chloe Cooper: Bronzin’ (Totally Bronze)

Developed from the experience of running artist-led schools workshops at Tate in 2012 – 13, this video work shares the ideas that emerged from Cooper’s sessions in the galleries, with young people and their teachers.

Art Screening previously on at Tate Britain in City of London, United Kingdom.
From Monday 25 April 2016 to Friday 15 July 2016

Chloe Cooper: Bronzin’ (Totally Bronze) image

Published by anonymous on Wednesday 01 June 2016.
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Watch a film made by Chloe Cooper, an artist’s perspective on running schools workshops at Tate Britain

Filming, instructing and cajoling her own hand to imitate the bronze hands of sculptures on display at Tate Britain, Cooper plays with given expectations of the role of the artist working in gallery and museum Learning programmes. Moving between the different positions of interpreter, narrator, facilitator, expert, coach, learner, teacher and performer, Bronzin’ (Totally Bronze) proposes learning as a process of experimentation, play and mimicry.