Freee Art Collective have been inviting artists to create artworks and events in response to the exhibition. So far, Rebecca Herbert presented More [for] Tea, involving cake icing; Sean Griffiths discussed architecture and Dave Green performed a stand up set inspired by his experiences at Art School and the Freee manifestos.
The latest piece, added by Motomi Kozaki, is a new Lectern and Podium in one of NN’s windows; she wanted to create a physical platform to draw people’s attention when someone is standing on it. The viewer can experience the feeling of being a speaker as they address the passers by on Guildhall Road.
Motomi is also running an Origami workshop on 10 December 2016 from 2–3pm. This free workshop is suitable for adults and children 6 or over with no booking necessary, drop in.. This will be the final workshop alongside Freee-Carracci-Institute.
To read more about FREEE-CARRACCI-INSTITUTE click here.