Finding A Vantage Point: Fluidity and Temporality in Writing

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This event was on Thu 9 May, 6.30pm

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Finding A Vantage Point: Fluidity and Temporality in Writing

Join Whitechapel Gallery’s current Young Writer in Residence Gabrielle Fullam for a workshop exploring how we use perspective to tell stories.

Through a discussion and writing exercises, we will explore the relationship between temporality and narrative, and explore fluid writing practises.

Gabrielle will also be giving a special reading of ‘Concept, Process, Output’, her residency submission in response to Nicole Eisenman’s ‘What Happened’.

No prior experience in writing is necessary, this workshop is best suited to anyone with an interest in writing, stories, poetry, or the philosophy of time.

About Gabrielle Fullam

Gabrielle Fullam is an Irish-Punjabi writer from Dublin, living in Shadwell. She is studying an MA in Creative Writing at Birkbeck University, and is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, where she also served as President of the Student Union. She is a former editor of Icarus magazine, Ireland’s oldest literary journal. Her work centres on politicisation of the self.

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