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Heath Bunting - "How to make a new identity' workshop for Artists.
Open to student and independent artists / programmers.

Wed 29th Jan 10am – 6pm 
Centrespace, 
Visual Research Centre DJCAD 
is located on the lower floors of Dundee Contemporary Arts, 
152 Nethergate, Dundee.

 An identity is a mutable object. It’s negotiated between people, organizations, and institutions, formalized in documentation, actions, and possessions. In this workshop Heath Bunting (UK) shows how you create your own legal identity. As Bunting demonstrates, identities can be constructed over time by developing relationships to place a given “person” within a web of shopping cards, cell phones, bills, government correspondence, and other “personal” data. Identity Bureau challenges the idea of personhood by showing how materially produced an identity is. Heath Bunting explores the porosity of borders. Often performing as an interventionist or prankster and finding form within everyday acts of resistance, Bunting's work reaches its public through systems of documentation and distribution including photography, print publishing and the web. Dismantling the divisions separating art and everyday life, Bunting prioritises information and action. His work is based on creating open and democratic systems by modifying communication technologies and social systems.

Register for a free Ticket:
http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/heath-bunting-how-to-make-an-identity-workshop-tickets-10243238803