The Van Dyck Vanishments | Margate GEEK

Role
Scenic Artist and Associate Designer

Brief
The Van Dyck Vanishments was an immersive theatre experience which transformed an empty shop space in Margate into a time travelling storytelling adventure. Participants travelled with Sir Anthony Van Dyck into three self-portraits in an attempt to teach him about art movements, drawing and painting in an attempt to restore his own self-portrait.

I worked specifically on the Henri Gaudier-Brzeska set design and painting which included an interactive wall puzzle for the audience to solve.

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Photos: Richard Lakos

David Good Videography www.davidgoodvideography.com

The Van Dyck Vanishments was commissioned by Marine Studios as part of GEEK 2015. Created by The Milo Wladek Co in partnership with Turner ContemporaryThe National Portrait Gallery and Canterbury Christ Church University. It was supported by Arts Council England.

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