Form and Voice Extended Conversations Intensive #2
Exploring how to work within and beyond established formats such as the review, the interview and the essay, Intensive 2: Form and Voice considered the politics of how readers are addressed alongside the structure and development of texts.
The intensive took place between Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington and Ōtaki, Kāpiti on the 13–15th of July. It included a morning tea and kōrerō with Shannon Te Ao, a close reading session with Rachel O’Neill and Thomasin Sleigh, and presentations by Gregory Kan, Grace Ryder and Sophie Davis. Taking the ideas developed in the first half of the programme as a starting point, programme participants and presenters discussed the potential of language and different formats when writing about—or around—art.
For further information and to access the reading list for "Intensive 2: Form and Voice" see www.extendedconversations.org.nz.