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HALO

Family Drop-In (ages 5+) & Young People’s Workshops (ages 11-16)
Part of Re-Imagine Europe

8-22 May 2021 (multiple occurrences)

Online

HALO

HALO, 2021

EXPLORE THE SCIENCE BEHIND BEHIND MULTI-SENSORY ART INSTALLATION HALO WITH FREE EXPERIMENTAL CREATIVE WORKSHOPS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE.

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL 2021.



HALO Creative Family Workshops with Leap Then Look

Date: Saturday 8 May 2021 & Saturday 15 May 2021

Time: 9.30-10.15am & 10.45-11.30am

Where: Online Tickets: Free, booking required


Described by Tate galleries as ‘Nothing short of brilliant’, art educators Leap Then Look are inviting children aged 5+ and their adults to take part in an imaginative and joyful interactive online workshop. Experiment with sound and create original artworks using everyday household objects, inspired by The Big Bang and Semiconductor’s HALO, premiering at ACCA this Brighton Festival.



HALO Creative Workshops for 11-16 yr olds with Leap Then Look

Date: Saturday 22 May 2021

Time: 10-10.45am & 11.15-12pm

Where: Online Tickets: Free, booking required

Join playful and experimental arts educators Leap Then Look for this free interactive online workshop exploring the science behind The Big Bang and inspired by immersive installation HALO link to by celebrated Brighton-based artists Semiconductor. Find out how HALO translates scientific data and experiment with sound and household objects to create new artworks. For secondary school-aged children.

HALO by Semiconductor

The installation will premiere at ACCA during Brighton Festival 2021

HALO is a large-scale immersive installation made by renowned Brighton based artist duo Semiconductor following a residency at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics. Step into an intricate mechanical structure operated by data collected at CERN which recreates the conditions shortly after the Big Bang.


HALO is a multisensory experience of matter formation in the early universe generated through projections and sound played out upon hundreds of vertical piano strings. Allowing us to look at and listen to this data gives audiences a sense of something bigger than themselves, inspiring awe and wonder at the complexity of nature, and at the elaborate systems humans create to understand the world around them.


Semiconductor is Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt who are known for their innovative artworks which explore the material nature of our world and how we experience it through the lenses of science and technology, blending experimental moving image techniques, scientific research and digital technologies.


HALO is part of a cultural programme by Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Brighton.

CREDITS

The HALO events programme is produced by Lighthouse and is part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and supported by Arts Council England.

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