Quirky Pictures led a workshop with the Barbican Art Centre during the weekend of 23-24 July celebrating Extraordinary Voices @ the Barbican Weekender.

Through-out the weekend about two-hundred fifty participants animated light graffiti to create this short animated movie inspired by the poem " The Fish" (Yeats).

The composer, musician and songwriter Hutch Demouilpied kindly allowed us to use one of her wonderful compositions as soundtrack!

The final piece (which was edited on the same day) was shown on a loop at the Barbican Centre

Thanks to everyone that attended & created fantastic light graffiti ...we reached the staggering number of 250 partecipants... from age 1 years old to 64 years old

barbican.org.uk/education/event-detail.asp?ID=12483

Exploring the use of the voice through music, film, song, art and performance, Barbican Weekender: Extraordinary Voices brings the centre alive with a weekend of events from artists & performers, choirs, poets, beatboxers, storytellers and interactive installations.

barbican.org.uk/weekender

“LIGHT GRAFFITI”
Quirky Picture: Shaun Clark & Kim Noce
Animation Workshop for All ages
Weekend Workshop

Want to know more about our workshops, visit us at:
quirkypictures.wordpress.com/

Composer and musician Hutch Demouilpied
hutchdemouilpied.com

Location: Barbican Art Centre

Barbican Centre
Silk Street London
EC2Y 8DS
Underground: Barbican, Moorgate
barbican.org.uk

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