Slashstroke produced a diverse range of public interactive image making workshops.
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Barbican London - Basquiat ‘To young for what’

A project produced by Slashstroke comissioned by the Barbican London as part of the prmotion of the Basquiat Exhibition. 
For this workshop we produced an immersive set design and props that allowed participants to direct, photograph and model for each other creating their own interpretations of abstract portraiture using 3D elements of Basquiat’s paintings. 

CFA - Fashion Space Gallery London

A day of playing with ‘Sloganism’ in Campaigning for Fashion Activism, a workshop in making stuff happen, playing with loose statements and cheap slogans, a project exploring group dynamic and creative output. Concept, production and output, begun and finished in 5 hours, a campaign without a real cause, a manifesto for the sake of it, a direction because momentum feels good.  A reaction to fast fashion and loose contexts.
 Cut out - V&A London - Yohji Yamamoto

Slashstroke took over the William Morris room at the Victoria and Albert museum and installed our make shift “cut out- stick on fashion” workshop as part of the Friday late “Yohji at play” project.  A work sheet handed out explained a route to creating a Yohji Yamamoto inspired silhouette based on scale and proportion using basic shapes, a starting point before meeting the Slashstroke team of assistants on hand with scissors and paper.