Laws of Motion in a Cartoon Landscape is part lecture on cartoons and part cartoon lecture which starts from the position that art history has come to an end and that the world has come to resemble a cartoon. It looks at how physics operates in cartoons and how laws form in a space in which anything seems possible. Through a combination of physics, philosophy, cartoon history and exaggeration it attempts to present a methodology for how an artist might proceed in this Cartoon Landscape.
Andy Holden has developed a retreat at Wysing that launches our year-long programme The Syllabus. During the retreat the selected participants will explore what it means to be an artist through a series of texts, films, discussions and practical exercises.
This event will last approximately one hour and is FREE and open to all.
To book your FREE place, please visit our Eventbrite page here.