European Prospects
Exploring European Identity through Photography
During this intimate and intense four-day workshop that will take place in the surroundings of the artist residency La Fragua, located in Belalcázar (Córdoba, south of Spain), the workshop will be exploring the possibilities of translating the emotional state that the physical landscape creates in us as individuals, in daylight and darkness.

Adam Jeppesen Workshop

30 April 2014 - 04 May 2014

WORKSHOP 
Title_ Moving by night / Resting by day
By_ Adam Jeppesen
Date_ 30 April and 1, 2, 3, 4 May
Lenguage_ English*
WhereLa Fragua artist Residency, (Belalcázar, Córdoba, Spain)
Price_ 425€ 
Includes_ Accomodation and breakfasts at Albergue camino de Santiago Belalcazar and four meals

During this intimate and intense four-day workshop that will take place in the surroundings of the artist residency La Fragua, located in Belalcázar (Córdoba, south of Spain), the workshop will be exploring the possibilities of translating the emotional state that the physical landscape creates in us as individuals, in daylight and darkness. Through photography, sculpture, and installation, we will seek out the frontier where one crosses into the next. The workshop will include all parts of the working process, cumulating in the production of final work presented at a local gallery.

Dress accordingly. We will be working and sleeping in the outdoors....

Participants info
All the participants must arrive to Córdoba or Belalcázar on Wednesday April 30th evening, the workshop ends at midday Sunday May 4th. Payment methods include Paypal (+4% Paypal payments fee) and wire transfer. All the information about directions, transport options and photographic material will be provided. We recommend Sevilla, Málaga or Madrid airports as closest air destinations if you are coming from Europe, from where a train can be taken to Córdoba.

Adam Jeppesen (Kalundborg, Denmark, 1978). His work challenges the limits between documentary and fiction related to nature. His first book –Wake–, published by Steidl in 2008, collects a selection of photographs that Jeppesen took during seven years while travelling working on assignments. He has been nominated for the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize and the KLM Paul Huf Award. His work has been exhibited in different countries around the world and is represented by Peter Lav Gallery in Denmark and Galerie van der Mieden in Belgium.
www.adamjeppesen.com

e-mail javi@lafragua.eu to register