When: Saturday June 26th from 11am to 2pm
Maximum: 20 participants
Duration: 3 hours
In this lecture Anaïs López will show how storytelling works using her latest projects as an example.
Anaïs López is a multimedia visual artist based in Amsterdam. She works as a freelance photographer and deals with long-term projects in which narrative plays the central role. His latest project, The Migrant, won The Director Guild for best digital storytelling and the Zilveren Camera for best storytelling. His latest artist book won the award for best self-published book in Photo España and was also awarded the title of Master Storyteller by the Narrative Journalism Foundation. His work is present in different museums, festivals and private collections around the world. She is the founder and director of Docking Station, a photography platform dedicated to creating connections between international photographers and industry experts.
Anaïs López will accompany the participants in an adventure to discovery the project and work process of their most recent works. From the IJburg neighborhood in Amsterdam to Singapore. During this journey through her work, Anaïs will provide the public with the building blocks and ingredients necessary to tell her story and will teach how to look at the world in a different way. He will also explain how he takes his projects to the public from the idea and conceptualization to the materialization and dissemination of them. The masterclass will be participatory and there will be time for questions and comments from the participants.