Workshop: Perception of an Artwork

Runs Wednesday, December 8Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Meets from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
December 8, 10, 13, 15
$425 for four days


Generously supported by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beyer

Tania & Lazlo, Visual Art and Photography

Explore your inner visions and picture the best way to express them.

Visual Perception and Initial Idea
Learn how to perceive an image and how to turn an initial idea into an artwork. Analyze inspirations, personal experiences and memories that lead to ideas.

Developing a Body of Work
How a single artwork becomes part of a series. Find the common thread of the concept you want to develop and communicate through your artistic practice.

How to turn an idea into practice, choosing technique, media and style. Research the most appropriate way to express and represent your work.

Tania Brassesco & Lazlo Passi Norberto are an Italian artist duo formed in 2009. They work in the field of visual art and contemporary photography, and are currently based between New York and Venice, Italy.

Their photographic artwork is a fusion of photography, cinema, performance and installation. They create fictional scenes using the photographic media’s “perception of reality” in an altered way. The photographs are originally made creating full-size scale installation from their sketches and ideas, rendered in detail like a movie set. Tania & Lazlo’s work has been internationally recognized with publications, awards and exhibitions. They exhibited in galleries, foundations and museums across Europe, the United States and Asia, and their artworks are part of prestigious public collections.

During their Beyer Residency, Tania & Lazlo will create a new artwork. Four Arts members and the public will be invited to studio visits to take a look at the creation process and understand their artistic approach.

Send this to a friend