Sculptural Collage as Reflection

Lea Bentsen, Lisbeth Frølunde, Nanna Marie Wibholm

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Abstract

The workshop is meant as a shared space for exploration and reflection, with focus on the expectations, impressions, feelings, ideas and questions that have emerged during the conference.

The main modalities are sculpting (three-dimensional collage) and creative writing. The workshop provides an opportunity to make collages with a variety of materials, such as: photos, newspapers, fabric, thread, yarn, bags, tape, balloons, tin foil, etc.

Our aim is to build a shared space for participants to explore and exchange reflections about their own and others’ writing and collages. The workshop allows time for shared as well as individual creative work processes. Shared work is an invitation for the participants to make interconnected collage constructions as installations in the workshop space. Reflection is framed by using aesthetic feedback to the collages. The facilitators guide this process.

The approach to using collage and giving aesthetic feedback for reflection is rooted in the facilitators’ practice in an arts-based peer inspiration/supervision group in Copenhagen.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date11 Oct 2018
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 11 Oct 2018
EventNordic Art Therapies Conference: Diversity withiin the Creative Arts Therapies - Hveragerdi, Iceland
Duration: 11 Oct 201814 Oct 2018
Conference number: 20
https://ncatc2018.is/program.html

Conference

ConferenceNordic Art Therapies Conference
Number20
CountryIceland
CityHveragerdi
Period11/10/201814/10/2018
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Keywords

  • collage as inquiry
  • artsbased research
  • Knowledge elicitation
  • multimodality
  • reflection in action
  • Visual methodologies
  • training the trainers

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Bentsen, L., Frølunde, L., & Wibholm, N. M. (2018). Sculptural Collage as Reflection. Abstract from Nordic Art Therapies Conference, Hveragerdi, Iceland.